Swank reunites on Saturday at Martin’s Downtown, in Roanoke. Tickets are long sold out for this show, set for the 20-year anniversary of this onetime valley musical institution’s first gig. The ska/punk-flavored band started when its members were at Lord Botetourt High School, and over the next few years, Swank played all over the country, including New York City’s legendary CBGB’s — and Roanoke’s own legendary nightspot, the Iroquois. Here is some streaming audio from Swank’s final album, “The Think for Yourself Movement” (Fueled By Ramen) — “Almost Heaven” and “Banjo.” Both tracks include some band B.S. sessions, which is pretty fun. But the language is salty, so slap your kids if you catch them listening.