If you’re the type who keeps an ear to the musical ground, chances are back in 2014 you’d heard plenty about Toronto’s Alvvays. In particular, it might’ve been the addictive sweet indie-pop tune “Archie, Marry Me” from the band’s self-titled debut. The four-piece has returned with its second album, Antisocialites, and there’s no sophomore slump to be found here. The hits keep coming—the garage-pop punch of “Your Type,” the 1980s synth-pop of “Not My Baby.” Lyrically, the album falls in line with its title, exploring isolation through various means, as on the first track, “Undertow,” where a simple break-up plays out and vocalist Molly Rankin sings, “Meditate, play solitaire,” and poses the question: “What’s left for you and me?” The title feels apt as well, for even though the album is quick and light pop, it’s the kind of hit-after-hit breeze that makes you want to stop everything else and just listen. There’ll be plenty of time to talk about it later.