I've been digging White Fence since their debut album in 2010. Each album from this Tim Presley masterminded project (he once of hardcore band the Nerve Agents as well as a member of the Fall for the Reformation Post TLC album) has had something of a clanging and arty garage-psych thread running through it, but also each of those album fashions something differently from it.
The early songwriting sessions for new LP, I Have to Feed Larry’s Hawk, took place in the small English village of Staveley. I have not had a chance to pick up the album yet to give it my full attention but I plan on making a trip to the record store this week. The songs I have heard range from smeared visions of pastoral scenes to the one were gonna hear tonight, "Neighborhood Light", which sounds like prime proto-punk 1976.
What are you listening to tonight?