Wavves frontman Nathan Williams has lately been keeping himself busy with a pair of side projects: The beatmaking duo Sweet Valley and the new rock band Spirit Club. Spirit Club’s self-titled debut album is out tomorrow, and it’s got some of the scrappy punk immediacy of Wavves’ earliest records. But it also has something else: A queasy psychedelic sensibility, where everything is somehow just off. We’ve posted Spirit Club’s videos for “Still Life” and “Duster,” and now you can stream their self-titled album below.
Spirit Club is out 5/12 on Ghost Ramp.