According to an insert in Black Moth Super Rainbow’s superlative 2007 album Dandelion Gum, their cheeky brand of psych-pop was first perfected “deep in the woods of Western Pennsylvania.” But unlike, say, Bon Iver, this Pittsburgh quartet doesn’t thrive on the austere visions of a wintry dystopia. Their music is relentlessly upbeat, bubbling over with warm, purred melodies and sticky vocoder-laden hooks. The result is as psychedelic as an LSD visual. In fact, these guys could have toured with the The 5th Dimension back in ’68. They have songs called “Caterpillar House” and “The Afternoon Turns Pink,” for fuck’s sake.