This isn’t a typical Houndmouth tune, but it’s among favorites regardless. Perhaps for that reason. The Indiana band have proven their inspired take on working class, the Band-esque anthems with a charming debut followed by the accessible recent single “Sedona,” but “For No One” flips the script. No sing-along-ready refrains, buoyant harmonies, or rafter-reaching hooks here; just Matt Myers coming down solo with a bit of despondent defiance. The sophomore record, Little Neon Limelight, shows a number of other shades for this band, too, but this one is going after LP1’s “Come On, Illinois” as a personal standout. Hear it above.