Composed of four siblings and a cousin, the East Texas outfit Eisley comes across like a Partridge Family for the 21st century—the siblings’ father even manages and tours with them. Despite being in their 20s, the family members play surprisingly mature pop with a piano-led, teen-movie-soundtrack vibe. The ranks of Eisley’s fans include Rilo Kiley’s Blake Sennett and Conor Oberst; Eisley singer Stacy DuPree appeared on Sennett’s second Elected album and was joined by sister Sherri on Bright Eyes’ Cassadaga. In 2011, Eisley released The Valley, its first full-length since 2007’s Combinations, and its first altogether on Equal Vision Records. The disc serves as a sounding board for chief songwriters/frontwomen Sherri and Stacy DuPree, who swap tales of heartbreaking letdowns with rollicking anger and solemn reflection, respectively.