Ponctuation may not be a household name today, but that could all change after this week. The French-speaking brothers Guillaume and Maxime Chiasson will release their third record as Ponctuation this Friday titled Mon Herbier Du Monde Entier. The group's last work, La Réalité Nous Suffit, was a Ty Segall-ish French Canadian garage rock record dripping with sweaty, aggressive thrash. Mon Herbier is the duo's sharpest and most refined collection with songs leaning more toward surf and psychedelic pop influences than the 80s punk the band leaned on before. Before the full length is revealed on Friday, catch a buzz with the second single, "Exil" that has a swaying, scruffy jangle in the style of The Kinks or Jacques Dutronc.