The band has a handful of releases to their name, including a great new record called Heavy Deavy Skull Lover that I can't seem to stop listening to. It's all fuzzed-out psychedelic rock with expansive songs like the three-movement epic "Moving Mountains," and the whole thing is covered with feedback and reverb-heavy guitar. Plus, the album cover is pretty cool. I don't know exactly what's going on, a sexy varmint duel or something, but I like it. I found a couple of paragraphs at Three Imaginary Girls that I feel sum up Heavy Deavy Skull Lover perfectly:
"The songs on this album take their glorious time getting going, such as the full two-minutes of droning guitar passages that precede the full band on the song "Slip Beneath" or the shuddering epic "Moving Mountains," which goes from a thinly plucked acoustic guitar line to full-fledged sonic assault in just under 11 minutes.
In a sense, it's an album that kicks against every modern day musical ideal that has shackled how artists choose to express themselves nowadays. This is not a record that fits into the schema of an iPod shuffle, or a ringtone or meant to be heard for 45 seconds on a friend's MySpace page. It's organic music that grows with a methodical brilliance, building landscapes of sound that will take your breath away if you are willing to slow down and allow it to do so."