“I can see through you/I can see through them/Go play your false anthems of empowerment,” Jessica Boudreaux sneers on “False Anthem,” from Summer Cannibals’ upcoming album, Can’t Tell Me No. “Hate who they are/You say you hate what they do/but you love all the things/That they promise you.” She’s just as defiant on the album’s title track, repeating “Can’t tell me no” like it’s a mantra during the straight-ahead punk-rock choruses. But the song also switches into more mysteriously weird post-punk parts that take the song away from typical punk brattiness into something more pleasingly strange. These occasional shifts into indie pop, psychedelia and grunge also made for a similarly engaging combination on the Portland, Oregon, group’s 2016 record Full of It. With Broken Baby and Blushh.

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