SUSPICIOUS BEASTS - Might Die Tomorrow

by SUSPICIOUS BEASTS

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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Vinyl edition of 500 on 180g Vinyl

    Includes unlimited streaming of SUSPICIOUS BEASTS - Might Die Tomorrow via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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released October 30, 2015

Yusuke Okada, Fumito Yamazaki, Masashi Watanabe, Miso Takaoka, Takahide Maruyama
Recording/production by Fumito & Jeff Burke (MARKED MEN, RADIOACTIVITY, LOST BALLLOONS) in Tokyo, Japan and Denton, TX

SUNDAY EXPERIENCE (UK) DEC 2015
New outta Alien Snatch records, we mentioned these dudes many years ago, hailing from Japan these are Suspicious Beasts who’ve a new garage growled grooving wax platter just out entitled ‘might die tomorrow’. A strictly limited 500 only vinyl time machine trip back to the primordial swamp lands of garage beat’s first hatching. Alas – annoyingly – no sound links just yet, but it’s safe to say the brace of beauties we’ve heard are evidence enough that these out of time alchemists are on smoking hot form not least on ‘summer child’ wherein the opening Who-esque strum something cooled in a sun glazed glam psych shimmering emerges sighed in west coast breezes and sounding I have to admit not unlike how I’d imagine a studio face off clash between the Oh Sees and Woods to sound like. ‘don’t find the devil inside me’ is a more strut gouged swoon grooved Nuggets-esque gem that appears to these ears to freefall into the bliss kissed kaleidoscopic swirl cool of Brian Jonestown Massacre albeit as though aided and abetted by the Black Angels. Fear not we are scampering to rustle up a begging missive for sound links as you read

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