Premiere: The Hollow Fortyfives share new track, “Summertime Psychosis”
Long Beach garage rock outfit The Hollow Fortyfives have just debuted their new single, “Summertime Psychosis.” The song comes from the band’s new EP of the same name, which follows their self-titled full-length album. The EP is being released by Burger Records subsidiary Wiener Records, in conjunction with Long Beach label Leg Records. All three members of the band co-wrote and shared vocal duties on the reverb- and jangle-heavy track, blending a surfy ’60s garage sensibility with a modern aesthetic. “Summertime Psychosis” is just the kind of summer fun you might crave when it’s getting frigid outside.
Listen to our exclusive premiere of the track below.
Summertime Psychosis EP tracklist:
1. Summertime Psychosis
2. Out The Door
3. You Kill me
4. Show Me How
5. Living For The Weekdays
The Hollow Fortyfives tour dates:
12/12 Epic Lounge – Downey, CA
1/2 Table 87 – Santa Ana, CA
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