For a band whose one and only album came out four years ago, the Darcys have an impressive local following. That should only expand when their self-titled sophomore album comes out October 25 on titanic Canadian mega-indie label Arts & Crafts, which will also handle distribution and publicity. It's a reinvention of sorts for the Darcys, who had to regroup after the departure of their former lead singer. But they haven't missed a step, expertly arranging their lush, effects-laden soft-rock compositions as a four-piece. If history is any indication, expect their record release show November 18 at the Horseshoe to be a crowded one.