[EMO] We all know that emo is still alive and well, and Moose Blood attests to its presence in the UK. Coming over from Canterbury, Kent, the quartet is brandishing it’s punk-pop chops for American audiences in support of Blush, which came out last summer on the L.A. based Hopeless label; they’re in Buffalo at Town Ballroom on Tuesday, April 17, with the ambient tones of Arizona-based trio Lydia opening, readying for the release of a new disc, Liquor, in summer. Just prior to releasing the first single off Blush earlier last year, sexual harassment charges were filed against Moose Blood’s then-drummer Glenn Harvey, who quickly departed and has since been replaced by Lee Munday. They didn’t miss a beat. Southwest indie rockers Lydia open the show.