With the recent release of A Swirling Fire Burning Through The Rye, The San Francisco-based quartet of Cool Ghouls have garnered quite a bit of attention across the blogosphere for a sound that channels the garage psych sound of 1966 especially on their latest single “And It Grows,” which possess multi-part harmonies, organ chords that cut through the dense mix, layers of buzzing and jangling guitars and thundering drums before gently fading out – but the song also manages to possess a gritty heft at it’s core. 

But pay attention to the song’s structure. Comprised of what sounds like an alternating A, B, A structure with an impressive guitar solo at the bridge, the song evokes tripping on hallucinogens in an open field on a summer day.