Since the Replacements disbanded twenty-seven years ago, each of the surviving members has released solo albums, soundtracks and side projects. While frontman Paul Westerberg has been the most prolific, my favorite effort has been Tommy Stinson’s band Bash & Pop, a loose, one-off affair that brought comparisons to early Faces. That was in 1994, and neither the band nor the tour lasted long. But Stinson has announced a reunion of sorts, with a new album due this month. The early single gives hope this time for something more lasting.