Pip Blom are an intriguing band from Amsterdam who mix the indie-rock songs on their 2019 debut album, Boat, with elements of grunge, pop, punk and alternative rock. Pip Blom is also the name of the Dutch group’s singer-guitarist, who is a charming presence at the center of the band’s shifts from jangling pop into heavier punk. She wrestles with “Daddy Issues” amid slicing chords and a sing-along chorus before switching gears on the swirling, jangling verse melodies of “Don’t Make It Difficult,” which shifts into a driving grunge chorus. “I woke up with a voice in my head,” Blom sings on the dreamy-sleepy ode “Bedhead,” and her own beguiling voice will likely linger in the listener’s head as she and her bandmates Gini Cameron (drums), Darek Mercks (bass) and Pip’s brother Tender Blom (guitar) tie these melodies together with youthful energy. With Faux Real and Bobby Baritone.

The Echo, 1822 Sunset Blvd., Echo Park; Tues., Nov. 19, 8:30 p.m.; $14; all ages. (213) 413-8200, www.spacelandpresents.com/e/pip-blom-72458050981.

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