White Fence’s forthcoming (and fifth) full-length album For the Recently Found Innocent marks several interesting occasions — the first record to be produced and recorded for Drag City, as well as the second time that White Fence’s Tim Presley was collaborating with Ty Segall. And reportedly the album continues the band’s reputation for records with elaborately crafted songs, harmonized vocals, and trippy guitar lines. 

In fact, when I first heard “Like That,” the breezy, first angle off the new album, I immediately felt as though I were transported to the early 1960s – in particular, very early Who albums, the Animals and others.