Sun Angle’s singular brand of frenetic and sprawling psych-punk draws inspiration from mid-period SST bands like Meat Puppets while simultaneously connecting the threads between Can, 70s-era Miles Davis and early Fleetwood Mac.
Their new record, Skullflower is out on the 21st October and you can listen to Drink The Moon from it below.
According to the band, the song is “about a person fed up with religious zealots and who becomes more obsessed with Satanism and the Occult. It’s also an homage to Philip K Dick and the theory of hylozoism, which is the theory that all matter is somehow living“.
Sounds good whatever…