If you didn’t know any better, you might think that a band with a name like The Pains of Being Pure at Heart would be billed sixth in a nine-band emocore Rocketown showdown. Rest assured: There are no swoopy haircuts or unfortunate tattoos in this lot. Awash in a sea of noise pop, TPoBPaH (catchy!) sounds more like Black Tambourine than Black Veil Brides, marrying the dense multilayered wall of sound one would expect from ’80s and ’90s shoegaze bands with a charming hi-fi melodic spirit more in tune with today’s New York indie pop chic. Thank God for that. Belong, the band’s latest record, strays a bit from their fuzzier roots, but songs like “Heart in Your Heartbreak” still wouldn’t feel out of place among the Magnetic Fields and Smiths cuts at How Does It Feel To Be Loved, the famed London indie club night … and brother in overwrought names.