This Brooklyn band's second album is a potent, '70s-steeped set of hook-filled psych-rock, combining fuzzy guitars and muscular rhythms with soaring harmonies and lyrics revolving around mortality. They describe themselves as: “The Space Merchants are interstellar beings whose psychedelic power dwarfs all of nature’s forces.”
Like: Black Mountain, T-Rex, Fleetwood Mac, Stone Roses
Play: 1, 3, 8
1.TranscendentalSuperConsciousState (3:41) Good old psych rock.
2.Not Tonight (4:43) Mid tempo, spacey and poppy rock and roll.
3.All the Love (7:04) 70's stunner psych rock long track.
4.City Lights (4:12) Classic Rock and roll.
5.Defeat Song (4:46) Rock and roll country ballad.
6.To the Edge of the World (3:31) Spacey psych guitars with 90's vibes.
7.Last Day of My Life (4:15) Stunner pop rock and roll.
8.Kiss the Dirt (5:27) Space cowboys rocking in the moon.
9.Servants of Twilight (4:25) Country rock and roll.
10.Reborn (4:52) Old school psych rock, nice groove.