Shelter Song, Temples

March 3, 2014

This week you can grab the new single “Shelter Song” from English psychedelic rock band Temples.

A band brought together by a mutual love of music and mysticism, Temples derive inspiration form their love of The Byrds, The Nazz, and even Marc Bolan of T. Rex fame. Their new album, "Sun Structures," reproduces the psychedelic era with keen accuracy, channeling a familiar but unique psychedelic romp.

The entire album was recently featured on NPR’s First Listen and was mixed by Claudius Mittendorfer, who has previously worked with The Mars Volta, Muse, and Franz Ferdinand.

The album dropped Feb. 11, and you can download the first single "Shelter Song" above.

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