12 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The L.A. alt-pop band gets freaky, funky, and totally psychedelic on Sacred Hearts Club. Their third album moves through styles and decades in a flash, starting with electro-rap hybrid "Pay the Man," to the Prince-like falsetto fits of "Doing It for the Money," the slow-burn funk of "Sit Next to Me," and the psych-pop sing-along "Static Space Lover," which spirals into a Beach Boys-worthy California dream. By "Loyal Like Sid & Nancy," all the time-traveling collides into a weird, wild, all-out house banger.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The L.A. alt-pop band gets freaky, funky, and totally psychedelic on Sacred Hearts Club. Their third album moves through styles and decades in a flash, starting with electro-rap hybrid "Pay the Man," to the Prince-like falsetto fits of "Doing It for the Money," the slow-burn funk of "Sit Next to Me," and the psych-pop sing-along "Static Space Lover," which spirals into a Beach Boys-worthy California dream. By "Loyal Like Sid & Nancy," all the time-traveling collides into a weird, wild, all-out house banger.

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