New Audio: Fever the Ghost’s Psychedelic, New Single Channels Radiohead

Fever the Ghost’s soon-to-be released full-length effort, Zirconium Meconium  slated for a September 25 release through Complicated Game Records in the US and Heavenly Records in the UK comes on the heels of their critically praised EP Crab in Honey. And as a result of the EP’s praise, the band saw a growing profile as they eventually toured with The Flaming Lips, Sean Lennon and Temples.

Zirconium Meconium‘s latest single “Sun Moth” continues the band’s already burgeoning reputation for relentless experimentation and unusual song structures while having material that possesses a strong focus on melodicism. “Sun Moth” is a dreamy song comprised of an alternating hushed sections with more psychedelic sections held together by shimmering guitar chords, persistent percussion, swirling and ethereal synths paired with equally ethereal vocals to create a song that subtly channels OK Computer and Kid-A-era Radiohead but through the prism of 60s psych pop and “The Wall of Sound” production.