The Brooklyn-based trio Unicycle Loves You have shown a relentless experimentalism and willingness to change things up over the course of their first three full-length albums. Their debut self-titled, full-length had the band as a quintet that played a jangling power pop; their sophomore effort Mirror, Mirror had the band as a quartet that played post-new wave; and their third effort Failure had the band playing garage psych rock; however, the band’s forthcoming fourth full-length effort, Dead Age, which is slated for a June 10 release, has the band sounding a bit like Grave Babies, the Stone Roses or the Jesus and Mary Chain – in other words it’s a murky, brooding, power chord-based psych rock, completed with thick bass chords and chanted vocals as you’ll hear on “Face Tattoo."