RIYL: Psychic Ills, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Crocodiles
Label: Little Cloud Records
Atlanta psych 5-piece Reverends drifted into our musical landscape in 2016 with a sole 7″ pulsating with Psychocandy fuzz called Dark Demon, then quickly followed up the hype with a full-length the same year. Titled Derealization Blues,¬†it was immediately evident from the first note that these guys weren’t just one-trick ponies.¬† Cutting their teeth into the gospel comedown of Primal Scream, driving krautrock rhythms, Britpop swagger and all the while maintaining that heaping helping of shoegaze godliness, Reverends became a lot of psych fans’ new favorite group.¬† Well, friends, they’re back with a long-awaited follow-up titled The Disappearing Dreams of Yesterday.
Never ones to stay comfortable, the band is flirting with new inspirations again.¬† Sometimes I… combines the forlorn cosmic country stylings of Beachwood Sparks and their forefathers The Flying Burrito Brothers while That Was Hell¬†drifts alongside the ecstacy-fueled Storm in Heaven era of The Verve.¬† Trust your instincts here, yall.¬† If you get down on psych sounds old and new, Reverends should fit snugly and comfortable in your collections.
There are 400 copies of the record on randomly-colored vinyl colorways, so check out the 2 available tracks below and grab yourselves some wax after the ‘buy’ link.
Vinyl Color: Eco Random Color
Jacket: Matte Aqueous
Insert: Full Color
** DOWNLOAD LINK WILL BE EMAILED WHEN VINYL SHIPS
- Maybe Buy
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- Too Expensive