It’s one thing to be able to yell at people and make them know you’re annoyed about one thing or another. It’s another to do that and sound smart, convincing, articulate, and occasionally witty while still shouting your head off. Drew Thomson, leader of the London, Ontario-based punk band Single Mothers, showed he possessed that rare talent on the band’s first full-length album, 2014’s Negative Qualities. The band’s follow-up, 2017’s Our Pleasure, reveals he has only gotten better as a frontman during their three-year recording layoff; his skill as a storyteller, his sense of timing and dynamics, and his ability to occasionally sing when the song calls for it are all more potent this time out. He’s a solid songwriter as well, and you’re not going to hear many songs about pick-up culture (“Bile”), the judicial system (“People Are Pets”), or the ugly end of a relationship (“Bolt Cutters”) that are as perceptive and as brutal as what Thomson brings to these sessions.