A second peek into the new Cool Ghouls slides this way today, smother than the last. While the band has embraced plenty of ‘60s psych-pop influences and jangled angles in the past, this time they’re finding the buttery pop center of the past and whipping up a record packed with lovely turns. With a Chicago-sized horn section swooning in the background, the band goes full early Rundgren, tugging at the heartstrings and laying out a melancholy plea for forgiveness. The new LP certainly lets the band wade around new corners of their influence and this cut proves just how far they’re willing to reach. The new record, At George’s Zoo is out March 12th from Empty Cellar.
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