Considering the quartet formed only three years ago, Ought present themselves with surprisingly stable form on their sophomore full-length, Sun Coming Down. On last year’s More Than Any Other Day, the band found an artful post-punk voice entirely its own, yet they hadn’t even been a band for even two years. They’ve clearly been absorbing life rapidly in the brief stretch that’s passed in the interim, and the way in which they retell what they’ve seen strikes deep. Ought deliver anxiety and resolution with dependable assuredness. And, best of all, there’s no soapbox. They’re standing next to you, with you, for you.