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The Socks Streaming New Track "Holy Sons"

Today you can hear the brand new track "Holy Sons" from psychedelic fuzz rockers The Socks. Give it a listen below, courtesy of Cvltnation.com.

The dark, spacey desert jam comes off the band's self-titled debut full-length. Scheduled for release this Spring via Small Stone, "The Socks" was recorded and mixed by Raphaël Cartellier at Studio Cartellier, France, mastered by Christopher Goosman (Early Man, Sasquatch, Dixie Witch, Solace et al) at Baseline Studio in Ann Arbor, Michigan and beckons its listeners with nine tracks of riff-heavy, road-tripping, booze-binging goodness chock full of gristly vocal serenades and glassy-eyed grooves.

Comments the band: "This is the most psychedelic song of the album, rather slow and ambient. We didn't know how to finish the song before entering the studio. We started jamming and improvising the last part of the song, and figured out that it was the way this song had to end."

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