Whatever that Was
She’s Only Sixteen
“I kill myself / ‘cause I can’t be with someone else,” sings Roberto Seña on “Leave Me Out of It,” the opening track of the band’s debut. He sings about inadequacy (“Perfect”), serial monogamy (“Favoritism”), and the struggles of keeping a day job to pursue your passions (“Coke Head”) over a sonic bed that’s part Arctic Monkeys gutter rock and part Tame Impala neo-psychedelia. Dance alone to this one.