Watch a video for Oh Sees’ new track, “Poisoned Stones”

From the upcoming album Face Stabber, out August 16

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Prolific psych-rockers Oh Sees’ have readied a new double album, Face Stabber, for release through their own Castle Face label on August 16.

Watch a video for the track “Poisoned Stones” below:

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This follows the release of Face Stabber’s epic closing track, “Henchlock”:

Oh Sees mainman John Dwyer describes the album as “Soundcloud hip-hop reversed, a far flung nemesis of contemporary country and flaccid algorithmic pop-barf… For fans of fried prog burn out, squished old-school drool, double drums, lead weight bass, wizard keys (now with poison), old-ass guitar and horrible words with daft meanings.”

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