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Scully bring their "California sunshine, Brooklyn grit" to Union Pool on 7.28

Scully formed after the breakup of California-based garage rock group The Splinters, when three of its core members reunited in Brooklyn. Their perfectly self-described brand of “California sunshine, Brooklyn grime” features easy going pop melodies blended with heavy psych influences, along with the scuzzy and lo-fi nature of garage rock. Last year the band released a split with La Luz that featured their track “Don’t Want That”. Scully’s latest single “Wave” puts the band’s poppy psych sound on display with shimmering guitar tones and hazy vocals. “Wave” is the first single off the four-pieces upcoming EP No Sense, which will be released on August 19th through Fire Talk. Scully will be playing Union Pool on July 28th in support of fellow psych-garage rockers Honey. - John Honan


Garage rockers SCULLY playing Bowery Ballroom on August 29th

Formed after the splintering of Oakland based garage group... The Splinters, SCULLY is a Brooklyn-based psych-punk garage group with an infectious lo-fi sound. Considering that three of the four members from The Splinters are involved in the group, in addition to Burgers from NYC band The Numerators,  it's no surprise that the two have a similar sound. "Deny," the first of three tracks available on the "SCULLY / Las Rosas Tour Split" release (streaming below), is a boisterous garage rock anthem with an in-your-face punk attitude. The tempo of the release gets progressively slower from there, with the second track, "Dana," providing a laid-back yet unmistakably punk-influenced sound, and the third track, "Mother's Sighin'," closing the release with an ominous melody, threaded with a single two-and-a-half minute guitar lick. The group's next release is due out on August 17th, a single entitled "Don't Want That," which will be out on vinyl (available for pre-order here) as well as on bandcamp. The band will also be performing on August 29th at the Bowery Ballroom. - Patrick Wolff


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