Oh Hey, Here’s Another New Elf Power Tune

A few weeks ago, we posted the first single from Elf Power’s upcoming album Sunlight on the Moon (pictured left). Like prismatic drops of water through a leaky, psychedelic roof, the songs keep coming. NPR recently premiered “A Grey Cloth Covering My Face,” a typically fuzz-happy Elfsters tune, on its “All Songs Considered” program (along with a dub version of a new Bill Callahan tune, which is just the weirdest and greatest thing).

Check out NPR’s premiere of “A Grey Cloth Covering My Face” here. Alternately, you can stream it via Team Clermont.

Sunlight on the Moon is out Oct. 1 via Orange Twin. Elf Power plays the 40 Watt on Tuesday, Oct. 22 (opening for Neutral Milk Hotel) and again on Saturday, Nov. 16 (opening for Deerhunter).


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