The Japandroids take classic pop and rock hooks and inject them with the maniacal energy of something much more hardcore. The result is a sound that is, at its core, defined by the recklessness of youth and the obligatory adoption of an I-don’t-give-a-fuck attitude. But “The House That Heaven Built” signifies an attitude shift of sorts for Brian King and David Prowse. It’s not that the content has changed all that much — we’re still in a territory similar to Post-Nothing — but there seems to be, somewhat unsurprisingly, a new found confidence behind it all. It’s as if, now that The Japandroids are getting the love they deserve, they finally are aiming high, unafraid of their own ambitions.