The Athens, GA psychedelic group will release their first album of new material in over a decade next month, titled “Vampire Hours” on all streaming platforms..but patrons of this year’s Record Store Day will have a chance to enjoy an early opportunity at snagging the vinyl version, this Saturday, August 29th, at participating record shops.
“Grim motor-psycho music that goes from growling Steppenwolf jams to delightfully strange jazz/krautrock diversions.”
— Bandcamp (New & Notable)
“Starting out with a suggestion of Merseybeat and then destabilizing the relation as it goes along, but keeping the movement of the harmony coherent.”
— Kevin Dunn (co-producer; The B-52s, Pylon)
While some shops will open for R.S.D, we ask that folks adhere to proper social distancing, commonsense and wear a mask. It’s more fun than you may imagine. In fact, at some locations, it’s mandatory.
“Vampire Hours” by The Humms will be available this Saturday at these fine locations:
Wuxtry Records – Athens, GA
Low Yo Yo Records – Athens, GA
Stickfigure Distribution – Atlanta, GA
Yesterdaze Records – Seneca, SC
The Edge – Anderson, SC
Terrapin Station – Murray, KY
We Used To Drink Together – Columbus, OH
Yellow K Records – Frostburg, MD