This is both the liveliest sounding Boys Age song and the most downtrodden. The bedroom rock project has gotten jangly at times in the past, but “Forlorn Beach” deploys a jaunty drum beat that practically skips ahead, adding an energy rarely found in the group’s music. And it works well in conjunction with the guitar playing, creating a slightly zoned-out melody that just bounces forward. Yet compounding all of this are the vocals, which sound buried down under the music even for a home-recording project known for unique approaches to singing. But here they add a sadness to “Forlorn Beach,” one offering some tension compared with the relatively skippy music. Get it here, or listen below.