With the release of their eighth full-length effort, With Light and With Love, Woods continued to cement their recent reputation for experimenting with their sound – their latest album has the band employing the use of singing saw on some songs, as well as saloon piano, and much heavier percussion while still being psychedelic. After the release of their full-length, the band announced the forthcoming release of the  non-album “Tambourine Light”/“Tomorrow’s Only Yesterday” single. And although “Tambourine Light” is remarkably contemporary, it actually sounds as though it could have released in the late 1960s – early 1970s – it sounds effortless and yet it’s actually thoughtfully crafted, and feels perfectly suited for a road trip or hanging out in the backyard contemplating where you’re going to go net.