Heliotropes stream new album

2013-06-15 by Trey Spencer STAFF | 5 Comments
Stoner/Psychedelic rock band Heliotropes are streaming their upcoming album, A Constant Sea, on the Spin Magazine website. The album will be released on June 18th through Manimal / Frenchkiss Label Group.


Album stream: http://www.spin.com/articles/heliotropes-a-constant-sea-album-stream-manimal-vinyl/

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Willie
Moderator
June 15th 2013
16230 Comments


Never heard this band before, but very surprised.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
June 15th 2013
6692 Comments


All female rock band doing the stoner/psych thing?

Sounds intriguing, spinning it right now.

Digging: Brannthorde - Auf Teufel Komm Raus

Willie
Moderator
June 15th 2013
16230 Comments


I'm on the song 'Moonlight' and I am really liking this album, but especially this song.

ViperAces
June 15th 2013
12523 Comments


wtf artworks

Riviere
June 15th 2013
767 Comments


Nice, been itching for some new stuff from them.



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