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 Babiesthe 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" and on the album’s latest single “Jaws.”  However, “Jaws” seems to be murkier, and choppier, more anxious.