Four punk-y bands born to be friends at this Constellation room show: local-ish ragers Pity Party (Girls Club) are right on the edge of putting out a new album of from-the-heart indie/alt./pop/emo/etc. And yes, that’s a pile of qualifiers—but their last album had a little bit of everything, and a lot of whatever magic power makes hundreds of people sing along to every word of your songs. Tour mates the Red Pears put out a Strokes-y (but DIY) album a few years back but have a soft spot for a slow song, too. Support comes from poppy garage punkers Beach Goons—raw ennui at considerable velocity, just like you like it—and Texas’ Junkie, who like to put a strong surf-y guitar lead in their catchy punk songs. If you like one of these bands, you’ll like the rest—and if you love any of these bands, there couldn’t be a better bill for you.