Acoustic pop female singers nowadays tend to have that grating, iPod-commercial-ready bellowing. Little Scream doesn’t break that mold, but her music seems to have a purpose beyond mainstream crossover success. Her tunes are kind of poppy, but still hip and raw. The lyrics leave a little to be desired, but the sound’s inherently accessible to anyone who wants to just ignore them and chill. Little Scream sounds a bit like Chairlift, a band that found television commercial success, but lacks the occasional power pop track that might put it over the edge. The band’s fresh on the scene, though, so there’s plenty of time for Little Scream to put together a catchy love song with amped up electronica influences for the masses—or just keep doing its own thing.