If you type “Girlpool Interview” into Google, you’ll see articles proclaiming that the California duo (Harmony Trividad and Cleo Tucker) are the future and the saviors of Rock music. This is something that Girlpool’s die-hard fan base firmly believes. There was a palpable sense of anticipation for the band’s set last Friday night at the Paradise Rock Club, a club with its own special place in Rock History. But this pressure of saving a genre and wowing a room, a pressure that would be unimaginable for most non-musicians, leaves Harmony and Cleo un-phased, despite the fact that Cleo lost their voice. Because of this, only Harmony is able to join me for the interview. But we’re still able to talk about Girlpool’s most recent album, Powerplant, and how the hype around the band hasn’t gotten in the way of making amazing music.