The prolific, long-running Cali psych garage rock band Thee Oh Sees tour and record constantly. They've shifted line-ups numerous times with head See (and head of Castle Face Records) John Dwyer the only constant. By the time you read this, they may have released music. "A Weird Exits" is their 17th album and one of two albums they released in 2016. They embrace the weirdness and psychedelic elements that have only been present in their music with invigorating results. This band never stops. What's true of John Peel's famous assessment of the Fall is true of them: "Always different, always the same."
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