Before becoming Acid House Gods and way before becoming anti-everything sonic nihilists, Primal Scream were all about the jangly psychedelic Sonic Flower Groove power. From lo-fi Byrds-ian jams, to Rolling Stones tambourine shakers, to full on brown noise rave assault, they can do just about anything but it’s that blues-inflected 60s vibe that’s their most tried and true sound.

Set to release their 10th Studio album, “More Light in June, Primal Scream’s first single for the album, “It’s Alright, It’s OK,”  is total “Power to the People” meets “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” vibes.

Produced by pyschedelic-funk and cinematic DJ/Producer David Holmes, it sounds fresh while having just enough of a rough hewn edge to feel like an old jam. The excellently produced video is a stroke of genius that captures and places Primal Scream precisely in the era they’ve always wished they’d been a part of. Ohh la la…

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  • Guest said:

    They’re so retro! Nice soulful, rocking vibe we could use a whole lot more of nowadays.

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