Danish quartet Pinkunoizu recorded their sophomore effort, Second Amendment in a single day at Livingston Studios in London, and edited in Berlin by lead songwriter Andreas Pallisgaard and drummer Jaleh Negari, the album was originally envisioned to be an accurate representation of their live sound. But instead came to the conclusion that their live album should be more of a fictional experience. “Tin Can Valley,” the first single from the album is densely layered and plays with both rockabilily and psychedelica.