Harrison spent several years in The Comas a decade ago. That’s when he began working on North Elementary. Over the interim, they’ve released seven albums and two handfuls of EPs and 7"s behind a number of different lineups anchored only by Harrison’s wavering, wheedling tenor. In the battle between the colorful atmospheres and more straightforward hook-laden pop, the latter tends to define their live shows, while the former exercises its prerogatives in the studio. Everything sounds widescreen yet not necessarily excessive, allowing space for Harrison’s ever-sharp melodies to gain hold. It’s richness becomes more apparent over time.