This Brooklyn four-piece uncorks the freshest sound of the young year, a combination of soul chord changes and torch-song vocals that's as deceptively simple as it is expertly executed. It's easy to focus on singer Rachael Price, who leaps from ember to full flame in a blink, filling these tunes with heart smoke. But each element -- acoustic bass, guitar, drums, occasional trumpet -- demands and then rewards attention. At the core are four bandmates eager to figure out how to turn their ups and downs into something lasting. Which they do.