Clairo — the current nom de shrug of singer Claire Cottrill — makes bedroom pop. A very “right now” kind of bedroom pop. That doesn’t mean it’s faddish or temporary. It’s the kind of ephemeral moment-catching that happens with every young kid who wants to break out of the aforementioned bedroom, do something with their lives and throw off the chokeholds of apathy and meaninglessness. Art is one good way to do that. Music is another. Clairo’s music is that of a girl who’s barely there in a crowd or at a party. Her interior life, however, is rife and blessed with chasms and heights that few will ever experience alongside her. This is the music of a girl trying to figure her way out — and, as most kids find out, in the hardest of ways, the only way out is through. Also Tuesday, Aug. 14.