Tired of drunken hecklers pelting them with jokes and questions involving LeVar Burton, butterflies in the sky, and “I got your Peabody award right here,” let it be known that local favs Reading Rainbow shall hereon be known as Bleeding Rainbow. (Another reason the band gives is that Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney and Wild Flag didn’t like it.) The band still brings the same fuzzed-out pop, as feisty as it is cuddly—or the other way around—but the married duo of Sarah Everton and Rob Garcia also recently added a second guitarist, Al Creedon. On Prism Eyes, the full-length LP released under the old name, Everton’s vocals may have a shimmery coat of reverb and drama on them, but they’re all melody and cheerful command. You can take tonight’s performance, atop a very strong local lineup, as a preview of whether the new name and member will make for a different sound on the new album the band starts recording in January. Plus, now there’s no threat of PBS lawyers ruining the fun. Huzzah!