declaration of their stage props. Sure, it would make a Diarrhea Planet show pretty much unwatchable — and tough to coordinate — but ... We’d sure hate to be the guy who has to clean up after this show — there’s going to be dander and blood everywhere! Actually, there isn’t. But it would be funny if a band’s name were also a literal, Blue Man Group-esque uh, nevermind. Wild Feathers! If you’re not hip to this new band featuring former Movement Nashville member Ricky Young, you’re missing out on some seriously unhinged, harmony-driven Southern rock. Their debut single “Backwoods Company” lands somewhere between The Beach Boys and Black Oak Arkansas, a jubilant pummeling of rock ’n’ roll excitement. The Electric Hearts hit their blooz rock on the heavy side, with a tinge of psychedelic evil and a singer who can belt like few others in town.