Girls Guns and Glory, easily Boston’s most innovative genre act not called the Dropkick Murphys, have flirted with mainstream acceptance and wider national appeal since the debut of Inverted Valentine half a decade ago. Now, with Good Luck coming out in February, the band easily proves luck’s got nothing to do with it. These are the most accessible songs the band’s ever recorded, and the album stands tall as the best of their already solid career. Call them the best band I expect to break through in the new year in any genre. In this week’s podcast, “Come On, Honey,” “One Of These Days”, “Centralia”, “Rocking Chair Money” and “Built For Speed” are featured. Once you give it a listen, you’ll want to share them with everyone you meet.