Bringing together the hard guitars and attitude of punk, the ear-catching melodies and choruses of pop, and the pomp and swagger of Brit-pop, the Subways started as teenage upstarts on the U.K. music scene and matured into a more polished and experiences group without sacrificing their outgoing personality. Formed by Billy Lunn (guitar/vocals) and Charlotte Cooper (bass/vocals), The Subways were still working through their influences on their 2006 debut, Young for Eternity, but 2008’s All or Nothing firmed up their approach and put their music into tighter focus. Their self-titled 2015 LP touched on personal themes without dulling their edge. Former Ramonas member Camille Phillips joined the band, replacing Josh Morgan a few months ago. The Subways are back today with Uncertain Joys, a polished and spirited album released last March.