The psych quartet rang in the new year with a self-titled album release.
The songs on Different Places in Space come suspended in a hallucinatory tide pool of sound. The jammy ballads float around like little jellyfish, and even the uptempo rockers stretch and warp like they’ve been filtered through an infinity mirror. “Sugar Nova” is the album’s longest track, and its most spacious. Wonky guitars and swooning vocals build themselves into star-scraping peaks before dropping out; a synthetic breeze blows through, everyone takes a breath, and then the afterburners ignite and launch you into deep, distorted space.
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