Psychedelic Discoveries | New Music From Twin Peaks, Thee Oh Sees & Kevin Morby

We love our psychedelic rock around Tomorrow's Verse. Here are three of our favorite tracks from this week.

Twin Peaks – “Tossing Tears”

The newest track from Chicago’s favorite garage-rockers Twin Peaks is the first single in a six-month, subscription based 7” series. The series is meant to give the band an opportunity to explore new directions before committing to their next studio album. “Tossing Tears” is a laid-back track with wandering guitars and pounding bass, intentionally murky yet undeniably infectious, eventually making its way to wordless vocal melodies, a piano breakdown and unprecedented string arrangements.

(Thee) Oh Sees – “The Static God”

With the release of their new single “The Static God,” California psych staple Thee Oh Sees announced they would be changing their name to Oh Sees, abandoning the “Thee” altogether. Regardless of the name, the track is classic Oh Sees, a blast of energetic, noisy rock and screeching guitars that refuses to let up throughout.

Kevin Morby – “City Music”

With a new album on the way, songwriter Kevin Morby continues to unveil new tracks, with the most recent being “City Music.” The song is unlike most of the artist’s past work, focusing heavily on a guitar riff that builds throughout the track’s seven-minute runtime. Beginning spacious and relaxed, the song quickly becomes a full out, guitar-focused rock track.

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