PREMIERE: Fantasmes - Redness Moon
If you like Tame Impala, you will like Fantasmes. Scratch that. If you like purple haze, if you like kissing, if you like the warmth of sun on your skin and the scratch of grass beneath your toes, you will like Fantasmes. The Puerto Rican psych team does all their ‘60s predecessors proud on “Redness Moon,” a swampy, reverb-heavy ride into dusk, billowing with lazy riffs, desert drums and hypnotic festival vox. Ready yourself for their upcoming album of the same name, out September 4 on Last Bummer. Trust us: you’re going to like it. A lot.