I really liked Wand's last album, last year's Ganglion Reef. On that record, the Los Angeles band embraced a melted psych-pop sound that sounded like Tame Impala rolling around in a mud pit—and from the sounds of this new song, "Self Hypnosis In 3 Days," their follow-up LP, Golem, will be more of the same. The record's out March 17 via In The Red, and the band's shared a suitably bonkers statement with FADER to go along with the track:
"Self Hypnosis in 3 Days;
Alternate Titles: "How to Pass Every Exam with Soaring Color", "Perversions in Tropical Insect Consciousness from the mid 20th to Early 21st Century", "How to Spiritually Show up Early for Late Capitalism", "Smoke Lifted from the Lifeless Earth", "Building Embrace : Eroticism in Los Angeles Architecture", "The Rock That Moved By Itself, and Other Works by C.L.E Dawn", "Suffering Through Stairways: The Economic Do's and Don'ts of Rock n Roll's Filthiest Animals"
About: "Cease to know or to tell or to see
Or to be your own
Have someone else's will as your own"
Comments: Distorted Stairs, Open door too bright too loud, Coffee Maker needs cleaning, Bee sting by the river, Mixing is taking too long. Need ice cream.
Lead photo: Meghan Tyron