on 17 May 2014
If a psychedelic rock band from the late sixties/early seventies made a rock/funk album, this is hoe it would sound. They are a fairly small band with not a huge following but I can see them becoming a lot more popular as time goes by due to their jumping on the "psychedelic revival" wave that breaking out in music today. The album is well-crafted, each song forcing you to listen to its low fidelity sound, with songs like "Swim and Sleep (Like a Shark)" that sound so familiar and welcoming, but at the same time is progressing music. It is a fun and calming album that far surpasses their debut effort, while not quite as good as Tame Impala, they incorporate funk into the genre like no-one else.