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Beloved psych-folk institution Woods released their latest album Strange To Explain last year. And next month, they’re revisiting it More Strange, a deluxe edition including five new bonus tracks: outtakes “Daylight Push” and “Sun Jammer,” an alternate version of album cut “Be There Still,” and two new singles. One of those is “Waiting Around For A New Me,” which we heard last month. And the second, out today, is “Nickels And Dimes.”

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Last year, lo-fi genre-benders Woods released Strange To Explain, which was full of delightful, psych-folk songs like “Where Do You Go When You Dream?” and “Can’t Get Out.” They’ve returned today to expand on that record with a deluxe version titled More Strange, out this summer. The lead single “Waiting Around For A New Me” is out now.

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John Andrews, a Woodsist OG who has done time in Quilt and Woods among other affiliated projects, is releasing his latest solo album as John Andrews & The Yawns next month. It’s called Cookbook, and today he follows up its Joni-Mitchell-inspired lead single “New California Blue” with another track called “River Of Doubt.” The song is another soft, folksy psych-pop track, this time accompanied by a video built from Andrews’ personal archive of footage.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

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Woods have already given us new music this year in the form of their album Strange To Explain. Now they’re giving us some old music too. The prolific New York cult favorites are back today with Reflections Vol. 1 (Bumble Bee Crown King), a collection of rare and unreleased tracks from between 2009 and 2013,…

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Rather than existing at odds with the disturbing energy of the pandemic, and the eerie silences that accompanied the quarantine, Woods feel profoundly present. Their balmy psychedelia reckons with the world rather than seeking to escape it. Reflecting on and reasoning with death, they ask, “I see old friends when I sleep…Where do you go when you dream?” In a momentary flash, we see children age and gardens grow.

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