When you call your band Shmohawk, you do grievous harm to those who wish to champion you. Maybe Schmohawk know this; maybe they conceived their name while giggling at the thought of anyone having to say it out loud. In their defense, 1) The name is a probably a reference to a throwaway Curb Your Enthusiasm gag, and 2) They make excellent power pop, like “Believe It’s Done.” Describing a power-pop song is a bit like describing mashed potatoes—if you are an aficionado, you already know exactly what’s there; you only need to know if it’s done well. “Believe It’s Done”, from the rolling open-stringed chord progression to the seamless verse-chorus-verse transitions to slightly limp drum hits, is spot on. You expect wry charm and a sense of cheerful sadness from a good power-pop tune, and “Believe It’s Done” delivers both.