With the release of their self-titled debut full-length just two weeks, the retro blues metal trio Fuzz has another track to share with their soon-to-be sizable legion of fans. “What’s In My Head” starts off with a ’60s British blues vibe and then explodes into of tremendous calamity of distorted guitars and skull-rattling drums, sticking with the sound that we’ve come to expect from Fuzz, now two EPs and a handful of singles into their still young career. Fuzz is out October 1 on In The Red, and it’s now available for pre-order on the label’s website. The band heads to Europe at the end of September, before returning State-side for a 22-date North American tour kicking off October 2 in Tucson. Original bassist Roland Casio won’t be joining Ty Segall and Charles Moothart on tour for unspecified reasons, and bass duties will be handled by Chad Ubovich (of Chad & The Meatbodies). Peep the full tour schedule below, after you listen to “What’s In My Head”. I’ll see you at the Mercury Lounge in New York on October 12, if you’ll happen to be in the Big Apple.