In an era when bands typically have the shelf life of a jar of mayonnaise, Todd Evans has found an alternate solution: keep one band active and another on hiatus, and switch back and forth between the two to keep things fresh. Evans' Golden Sounds, a dreamy pop assemblage that often featured the shaved-headed frontman bedecked in Christmas lights, were a fixture on the mid-Aughts club scene. Now, with the Sounds cryogenically frozen, Evans has thawed and revived his earlier band Atticus Fault and recorded Bombs Cannot Wake, released earlier this year. On early tracks like “Crash” and “See the Sound,” Evans and bandmates Jason Noe (guitar), Troy Deaton (bass) and Paul Asciutto (drums) mix anthemic choruses and droning guitar parts à la U2 with ambient accents that bring to mind Radiohead. But the real gems lie deeper in the disc and vary from that formula, particularly “Daylight” and “Spirit,” whose edgier guitar tones lean more toward Jane's Addiction and Beck.