Psychic Ills ‘One Track Mind’. Album released 18th February

Psychic Ills ‘One Track Mind’. Album released 18th February

Stream new track ‘Might Take A While’

When it comes to following the beat of their own drum, New York’s Psychic Ills have exemplified the phrase since their beginnings in 2003. Initially spawned from electronic-centered home recording experiments, they progressed into all-night full-band exploration in a neighborhood where noise wasn’t a problem. They soon after evolved into a live band seemingly at home within the extended jam, exploring a variety of musical terrain. The early years saw several releases for Social Registry, tons of time on the road, and collaborations with artists as diverse as Gibby Haynes (Butthole Surfers) and Sonic Boom (Spacemen Three/ Spectrum). In 2011, their first effort for Sacred Bones, ‘Hazed Dream’ traded in the synthe­sizer space-outs and raga rumbles, and delivered a record of sunburned psych pop, awash in warm tones and blues damaged songwriting.

‘Might Take A While’

This new track ‘Might Take A While’ features production & back up vocals by Neil Michael Hagerty of Royal Trux/The Howling Hex. The album artwork is by former 13th Floor Eleva­tors songwriter and artist Powell St. John. There will also be a limited value-add covers 7″ available at most retail outlets, containing the Ills’ takes on The Godz’ “Radar Eyes” and private press psych pop obscurity Cosmic Michaels’ ‘Cosmic Michael Theme’

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Psychic Ills ‘One Track Mind’. Album released 18th February