Painted Shut, the sophomore album from the eclectic Philly punk quartet, swings between folk-leaning ballads (the solitary "Happy to See Me") and guitar-driven indie rock jams like "Sister Cities," where frontwoman Frances Quinlan sings like she's clinging to the last vestiges of her voice before it gives out for good. The emotions are similarly ragged throughout, whether narrators are struggling with guilt ("Powerful Man"), venturing into the woods in search of solitude ("Horseshoe Crabs") or fumbling through awkward social interactions (countless songs).

Painted Shut, the sophomore album from the eclectic Philly punk quartet, swings between folk-leaning ballads (the solitary "Happy to See Me") and guitar-driven indie rock jams like "Sister Cities," where frontwoman Frances Quinlan sings like she's clinging to the last vestiges of her voice before it gives out for good. The emotions are similarly ragged throughout, whether narrators are struggling with guilt ("Powerful Man"), venturing into the woods in search of solitude ("Horseshoe Crabs") or fumbling through awkward social interactions (countless songs).

Pretty Pretty and didi also perform.