It’s all like psychedelic, english folk and a dash of prog. Groovy.
These boys are from London and released two albums earlier this year, one of which, Tidings, is just a mash of guitar and effects with some fucking bitchin’ single tracks punctuating the far out madness. The other album, Steeple, is just highly recommended if you enjoy psychedelic rock and that’s all there really is to say. I fucking love these albums and it rides the crest of a wave that hypno-groove Tame Impala instigated. The important things you need to know is that they use old school tape to record and the two-part last track is called “Banks of Sweet Dundee” which proves they must take an obscene amount of acid.
St. Andrews student radio managed to grab an interview with them and helps expand on anything I’ve missed out or don’t care about.
Opening track on ‘Steeple’:
Opening track on ‘Tidings’. Mother fucking reverse delayed wah.
You better fucking support these guys if you download their albums: