The sophomore album from these Oklahoma rockers takes the ideas of punk and garage rock and wraps psyche-rock around it several times with reverbed guitars and synth that would make any new wave fan take notice. While some songs appear indebted to ’90s alt-rock, others are throwbacks to ’70s with organs, and the album as a whole is groove filled, hypnotic, droning in fuzz. Very skillfully crafted and unique, if My Bloody Valentine grew up on Pink Floyd and were on Sub Pop it might sound like this.

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