A young four-piece, MT. Pool took a little while to grow on us, but by the time we finished their 7-minute “Fourever,” the band’s genuine positivity, its breathy group-vocal sound and its apparently off-handed live-in-studio approach, was sounding pretty nice. “Fool’s Paradise” is a sunny song whose carefree vibe conjures visions of blue skies and puffy white clouds. It’s almost enough to make you overlook the recording’s off-key moments. Equally edgeless and just as pleasant is “Metallic Blue,” a soothing, feel-good song with a vintage vibe in the guitars and harmonies that reminds us of the band Wallows. MT. Pool is a quartet that “wants to be your best friend, nothing less than.” Good indie potential here.