Brighton three-piece Jouis return with their second album ‘Mind Bahn’

Brighton three-piece Jouis return with their second album ‘Mind Bahn’.

Brighton three-piece Jouis return with their second album ‘Mind Bahn’, their first album for None More Records following up 2015’s self-released ‘Dojo’.

The trio comprising Joe Woodham (vocals, bass, guitars) Louis Pavlo (vocals, keyboard, synths and piano) and Adam Johnson (vocals, drums and percussion) take all the right parts of 60’s psychedelia and effortlessly fuse it with more contemporary sounds.

According to the label: “Mind Bahn’ is 9 tracks of groove-laden psychedelic folk rock. Drawing on the Canterbury Scene groups of the late 60s / early 70s such as Caravan and Soft Machine, Jouis’ sound melds these influences with their own mellifluous West Coast harmonies, inimitably skewed grooves and ambitious, spaced-out musical explorations. “

Before the album drops on April 5th, take a trip with ‘Sinking Statues’ a groove-heavy track with some killer riffage that is backed with a dancefloor-ready reworking from the Flying Mojito Bros on the flip.

We’re super excited to hear what the rest of the album sounds like, for now though, stream the new track below.

Pre-order the ‘Mind Bahn’ LP on vinyl or digital download here.

 

Tracklisting:

1. Collapse Rewind
2. Sinking Statues
3. Wilton’s Green
4. Turtle
5. Cat
6. Cloud Plough
7. Medievil
8. Beachcomber
9. Effloresce
10. Sinking Statues (Flying Mojito Bros Refrito) // Digital only

CF Smith

Write for Music Is My Sanctuary & Stereofox.

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