Tom D’Agustino (vocals and guitar), Zach Slater (bass) and Andrew Wolfson (guitar and vocals) formed the band Active Bird Community while still in middle school, back in 2005. They’ve since added Quinn McGovern (drums), and the Brooklyn garage-pop outfit’s become known for creating “freshness out of classic sounds,” according to Stereogum. Their second full-length, Stick Around (stream it below), came out in March. New Noise Magazine compares Active Bird Community (above, doing “Home” for Sofar Sounds) to Pavement and Ra Ra Riot, adding “While there’s post-punk underpinnings and plenty of melodic discord, the album is rooted in a strong garage-pop feel, where the apprehension of post-college life comes through the turbulent but tense harmony.” But don’t take their word—or ours—decide for yourself when Active Bird Community play Mercury Lounge tomorrow night. Gold Connections and Soccer Mommy open the show.