Melbourne’s Tram Cops roll around in the unexpected on “bb Jesus.” In a twisted hailstorm of morphing guitar lines, a stream of cryptic visuals emerge in a gentle rasp. The track swiftly surges against the conventions of songwriting to create a bigger, brighter sonic landscape with malleable boundaries. Hurdling through space and time, the song is undeiably catchy despite it’s unexpected flow. Shifts in dynamics and momentum leave an intriguing trail of reverberation that kicks into a higher gear at a moment’s notice. Somehow soft, sad, and propulsive all at the same, “bb Jesus” rotates a kaleidoscope of tones that are tailor made for an indie rock dream. We want more.