If you miss the hillbilly bite of Those Darlins’ first album, Nikki Lane is your woman. But don’t expect the buzzed-about South Carolina-bred Nashvillian to take the same approach as that band to blending ’60s-inspired country and garage rock. For starters, her brand new full-length Walk of Shame — arriving on the heels of her Gone, Gone, Gone EP — is drenched in echo chamber reverb, which dramatically softens the edges. The more important difference is that Lane’s sultrily sullen singing and her penchant for writing songs that make you feel the painful consequences of people’s actions (in the punchy, bopping title track, a wild night is cause for remorse; “Look Away” is a warning; “Save You” resolves in a graveside scene of regret) give her oeuvre a darker tint. “Hard Livin’” may be hooky and rollicking, but it reports the struggles of a housewife in a way you won’t hear from anybody else but the Pistol Annies right now.