Every relationship is like a snowflake: no two are alike. The same goes for breakups: You can try to use the experiences from past romances to deal with a breakup, but every relationship has its own nuances, which makes the circumstances surrounding a breakup all the more complicated and idiosyncratic. This is a revelation that’s so often lost in breakup songs, but one that Allison Weiss so brilliantly conveys on her recently released album New Love, a collection of 11 infectiously bouncy indie-pop anthems that ruminates on the pains of lost romances and the—ahem—new love that can emerge in their ashes. Songs like “Counting Down,” “Out of This Alive,” and “Over You” perfectly capture the clashing senses of anxiety, optimism, confusion, excitement, and crushing depression of going through heartbreak. Musically, New Love is somewhat of a departure from Weiss’ signature folk-punk sound, sounding more akin to Tegan & Sara’s exploration in sugary synth-pop on 2013’s Heartthrob. There’s an art to writing the perfect breakup song, and Allison Weiss has mastered it 11 times over. Allison Weiss performs with Mal Blum, Winter, and Kid in the Attic at 7:30 p.m. at the Black Cat Backstage, 1811 14th St. NW. $10-$12. (202) 667-4490. blackcatdc.com.