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Remo Drive, Summer Cannibals, The Emilys

Remo Drive takes influence from the emo-rock of yore, with their insistent, ringing guitar riffs and Erik Paulson’s full-throated vocals recalling everyone from Sunny Day Real Estate to Pinkerton-era Weezer. The Minnesota band dropped their sophomore LP Natural, Everyday Degradation earlier this year, and despite its name, it’s a step in a different direction from their 2017 debut, the ironically titled Greatest Hits. That record had a lean, garage-y simplicity, but here they lean into Killers-esque synths and a more theatrical style that should fill bigger and bigger venues.

— Nathan Weinbender