CMU Approved

Approved: Thee Oh Sees

By | Published on Monday 13 August 2012

Thee Oh Sees

Frisco rock royalty Thee Oh Sees’ studio cache to date (a prolific thirteen LPs over fifteen years) is as unknowable as is the quartet’s infamous live set, a broad bank of psych-pop, krautrock, and numerous other sounds slotting beneath the lo-fi banner. Now with the release of their fourteenth opus, new long player ‘Putrifiers II’, close at hand, the band demo a penchant for brassy garage bop via new MP3 giveaway ‘Flood’s New Light’, as follows the recent lithe, wiry and free-to-download ‘Lupine Dominus’, also a ‘Putrifiers II’ preview.

Said LP is out on 10 Sep via In The Red, after which TOS will push out on a co-headline US tour with Ty Segall and Sic Alps. With no British live dates to speak of, we can at least console ourselves with unlimited listens to the aforementioned ‘Flood’s New Light’ and ‘Lupine Dominus’: