If you like energetic, reverent '60s garage/psych revival, you're probably already hip to the Black Hollies, who Andrew Leahey says bring to mind "the gritty psychedelia of the Seeds, the Standells, or any act that might've played the Electric Circus in 1968". The Jersey City boys are back with a new record, Somewhere Between Here And Nowhere -- and before its release Tuesday you can hear it exclusively with us!

First conceived in 2010, Somewhere Between Here And Nowhere was scrapped and reworked repeatedly over the span of three years, adding new layers to the Black Hollies' sound. The result weaves a catchy core of noise drenched retro pop with hallucinatory, space rock-influenced suites, making for the band's most timeless work yet.

RIYL: the Black Angels' celestial neo-psych; Ty Segall's reverb-laden rock; Can's experimental textures.

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Purchase Somewhere Between Here And Nowhere via iTunes. Somewhere Between Here And Nowhere is out October 22 on Ernest Jenning Record Co.