This hard-hitting Philadelphia quartet rushes forward with punk abandon, driven by Tina Halliday's brassy vocals and guitarist Kyle Seeley's classic-rock-indebted riffs. Last month they released III, their third gritty lo-fi EP in about a year and a half, which included their best track yet, "Can't Stop Fighting," an anthem of feminist solidarity. But the recordings only tell half the story, Seeley says. "Onstage there's so much more energy. And we play our songs a lot faster — sometimes crazy fast," he told Rolling Stone last December. "The live show is where we strive to get that standard, ass-kicking rock-band thing happening. Because that's how we want the music to be consumed."