"Give me something sweet so I can make it through the week/Don't care if I end up with cavities." This is the plea that opens Sweet Tooth, the upcoming third LP from Berkeley's Mom Jeans. It's the introduction to a quasi-concept record, a structural departure for the emo punk quartet. Before any of the record's 13 songs had been written and recorded, the band knew what Sweet Tooth would sound like: late '90s and early 2000s pop rock and pop punk bliss. The result of this expedition into the Golden Age of snotty pop punk and cheeky radio rock is a 13-track hit of musical ecstasy, crammed with delicious guitar crunch and infectious melodics beneath boyish romance, teen-to-young adult angst, and gleeful abandon.