Young Tongue have outdone themselves. Formerly known as The Baker Family, the Austin five-piece shaved their sound down to a succinct nine songs for their debut full-length, Death Rattle. Back in the early 2000s, alt rock got conceited, and every new act took a swing at the genre with pacified results. Today, amidst a disco revival and melodic punk scene, Young Tongue have laid out a laudable form of dizzying alt rock. They’ve raised the bar by themselves, not stopping until their album was stuffed to the brim — and they nearly lose their breath under the weight by the end.