There’s a good reason that this clean-cut English quintet’s name is singular, not plural: Their emotional range begins and ends with pure puppy love. Twelve Stops and Home expresses their one and only sentiment with a polished selection of classic-rock chords, Beatles-besotted harmonies, and truly sappy lyrics (”I love it when you call/But you never call at all”). There’s no denying their weakness for clichés, but they’ve whipped up a sweet, slight confection all the same.