The fourteenth studio-released album from Thee Oh Sees marks a further delving into their garage-punk sound, but this time with a lot of new twists. Some tracks feature jazzy harmonica and bass, strong foot pedal work, etc. Lots of experimentation. Every song sounds completely different. Album comes across a bit strange at first listen, but definitely worth a try.
Play: 2, 3
RIYL: Ty Segal, the Mamas & the Papas (if they were metal)