Arguably one of Houston’s most underappreciated bands, Days N Daze will play to a hometown crowd before departing on tour in support of their seventh studio album, Crustfall. These DIY anarcho-punk-folk rockers employ a lo-fi sound that transforms crowds into riotous mosh pits, the kind in which fans’ arms are draped over one another’s shoulders as they cheerfully jump into each other. DND’s music makes it practically impossible for listeners to stand still, not that they’d want to anyway. Slower ballads like “Blue Jays” exhibit the softer side of vocalist Whitney Flynn’s voice while giving listeners time to catch their breath, before “Misanthropic Drunken Loner” gets them jumping and laughing at comparisons between unsociability and masturbation. Crustfall– the band’s first full-length release since 2013’s Rogue Taxidermy– should possess the same relentless tone, aggressive instrumentation and provocative lyrics as its previous counterparts. Their live shows are especially remarkable, and they will likely go all out for a Houston crowd.