I don’t know when or how it happened, but all of a sudden surf rock and ’50s girl pop are cool again. Maybe we have Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino to blame for reintroducing lo-fi beach pop into the collective indie/punk consciousness. Maybe the world up and decided that they weren’t too cool for fun pop songs after all. Whatever it is, if this development keeps bringing us bands like Peach Kelli Pop, we should all be grateful. Peach Kelli Pop is the solo project by White Wires drummer Allie Hanlon, who released her debut self-titled LP of lo-fi summertime lovey-dovey pop jams last year on Ontario’s Going Gaga Records (soon to be reissued by Infinity Cat). Hanlon is playing her first show in Nashville, which promises to be sugary sweet and full of lyrics like “when I say L-U-V, you know what it means to me.” Awww! Heavy Cream, Diarrhea Planet and Fox Fun also play.