The Happy Hollows play slightly discordant indie rock that shines, thanks to witty and provocative vocals by frontwoman Sarah Negahdari. There’s something off kilter and, dare I say, demented about her lyrics and delivery that makes repeated listens unavoidable. What the instrumentation lacks in complexity it makes up for in pleasant arrangements and subtle psychedelia. Kind of reminds me of what locals Sick Bees are shooting for, and it’s just as amusing. There’s something inherently cool about bands like this.