Toronto group Teenanger continue to surprise. From their humble beginnings on the split-LP with Charlie & the Moonhearts (now in Fuzz and Gøggs) to the incredibly expansive influences of their latest album, via the massive Frights from 2012. It’s been three years since that self-titled LP and the band have just announced the release of follow-up Good Time on Telephone Explosion in October. The first single to drop is the groove-heavy postpunk of “Touching Glass”. If it wasn’t for bass player Melissa Ball’s vocals you might think this was a new track from Omni or Upset the Rhythm’s back catalogue. I hope Ball’s voice will grace more of the remaining 7 tracks on the LP.