A psych folk gem streaks out of the Canadian cradle this week. The second single from Hieronymus Harry’s debut album is a country ramble that feels like it has a bit of ‘60s private press DNA flowing through it. Co-produced by Roy’s Patrick Lefler, the new single brushes by Skip Spence and Relatively Clean Rivers territory, a gently loping bit of country-cleansed folk that curdles a bit in the sun with Harry’s elfin falsetto. The track feels like it instantly transports the listener back to the days of a New Weird America — as beholden to those ‘60s psych touchstones as it might well be to something like Feathers or Skygreen Leopards. The new album, The River of Doom, is out November 11th.
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