A longstanding — albeit underappreciated — fixture of the local rock scene, Codaphonic are one of Nashville’s most reliably enjoyable bands. That is, if you enjoy ever-fetching hooks, smart arrangements and solid backbeats. Helmed by jovial mustachioed singer, songwriter and guitarist Cody Newman, Codaphonic combine Nick Lowe’s brand of jaunty pure pop with some classic — i.e. ’90s — indie-rock sensibilities and an unabashed affinity for The Beatles. While Newman’s catchy riffs and lean pop ditties are adorned with a heaping helping of ooh-la-la harmonies, heartstring-plucking horns and the glimmer of a tambourine or two, those elements never misdirect or overtake the tunes, always succeeding to serve their simple pleasures. Likewise, Codaphonic aren’t a band prone to stylish gimmicks, grand gestures or artifice — just strong, smile-inducing songs to better your days. And those never go out of style.