Los Angeles four-piece Bleached, featuring sisters Jennifer and Jessica Clavin, emerged in the early ’10s as one of the best new California rock groups. Their first three EPs led them to signing with Dead Oceans, the venerable label on which they truly began to thrive with their efficient style: fuzzy, surfy indie rock mostly about loving, missing, and being annoyed with boys. Welcome the Worms, last year’s follow-up to the band’s 2013 full-length debut, Ride Your Heart, was more nuanced and muscular, thanks in part to the production from alt-rock wizard Joe Chicarelli. This March, the band returned with the four-song quickie Can You Deal?, which suggests the brawn of Welcome the Worms is here to stay and featured the added magic of Bloc Party and Mars Volta producer Alex Newport. Thursday’s show at the Entry happens to be Bleached’s last headlining tour stop before they spend two months opening for Against Me! all over the country. The Dirty Nil open.