The Dismemberment Plan has always had a tendency to get zany. Never zany in a dorky, contrived kind of way, but much more in a refreshing, spontaneous kind of way. The DC band—which reunited in 2010 and has been writing new material as of late—possesses the enviable skill of being able to transition from sincere, introspective, and colorful indie rock to dance-worthy, neon-lit post-punk without batting an eye.