Psychic Lemon describe their sound as a blend of psych, space rock and a number of other genres.
The band rehearse and record in a studio in the back of a small garden, 5 minutes down the road from Syd Barrett’s old place. The band’s influences are broad, but choice artists include Goat and Amon Düül II.
New album: Frequency Rhythm Distortion Delay
Psychic Lemon’s second album, Frequency Rhythm Distortion Delay, will be available to pre-order from 4th December on Tonzonen Records (vinyl) and on Bandcamp (CD + digital). One track from the album, Interstellar Fuzz Star, is currently available to stream on Soundcloud and YouTube:
Psychic Lemon’s self-titled debut album was released in March 2016 on CD, and re-released on vinyl in June through Drone Rock Records, selling out all 250 copies by August. It received airplay on BBC 6 Music. It was well received in the psych community (see Press page).
All songs were recorded in 2015 in the Psychic Studio, which was built from the ground up by Andy Hibberd, bassist. All engineering, production, and mixing was done by Andy Briston, guitarist.