Toronto band Alvvays (pronounced “Always,” so don’t make the mistake of pronouncing it like you’re doing a bad German accent) dropped its self-titled debut album in 2014 and shot to the top of the U.S. college charts, immediately establishing itself as one of the hippest indie bands on the circuit. The touring for that record saw Alvvays play well-received sets at festivals as prestigious as Coachella and Glastonbury, and people everywhere fell head over heels for the band’s emotive, feedback-heavy indie pop. Alvvays released its sophomore effort, the wonderfully named Antisocialites, last month, and it’s even better than its predecessor. The group has grown over the past two years, with singer-songwriter Molly Rankin’s lyrics, in particular, becoming more impressively poetic, dark and dramatic. It’ll be fascinating to see if the act’s already-compelling live experience has evolved with the music.