The Spyrals Out of Sigh album art

The Spyrals just dropped a killer single in the form of “Out of Sight,” the title track off of their upcoming sophomore LP. The song opens with a familiar reverberating intro, offering the sinister psych sounds we’ve grown accustomed to hearing from the band, but as soon as the first guitar riff enters, the evolution of The Spyrals’ sound is immediately evident. This time, the composition is tightened up into just under 3 minutes, making it shorter than all but one of the tracks on the band’s eponymous debut. It’s faster, janglier and confident (“We don’t ever want to be like you/ we hope that it shows”), not to mention lead vocalist Jeff Lewis rips a mad harmonica interlude on top of a guitar solo for a serious rock and roll breakdown. The band announced with a trailer late last week that Out of Sight will be out June 25th, via Mock Records, and its now available for pre-order on The Spyrals’ Bandcamp page. They’re selling a limited supply of red vinyl, so all you colored wax fans, get on this one!