It’s rare to hear a band as brutally honest with themselves and their audience as Philadelphian rockers Modern Baseball. After a couple of albums of building tension, the band hit a turning point a few years ago as one of their lead singers Brendan Lukens navigated a rough patch personally. The result was Holy Ghost and it represented a significant turning point. For lovers of the likes of the Smith Street Band and Camp Cope, Modern Baseball wear their hearts on their sleeves as they tear through chaotic live shows that demonstrate an unstoppable back catalogue full of raw passion and emotion. It’s like therapy, if therapy was fun and you could scream along with your mates the whole way through.