From the outset of The Symmetry of Autumn Leaves, the energy and ferocity are apparent. And that spirit doesn't let up for the entirety of the album's 12 tracks. Ahead of its Friday release, we're bringing you the full stream, and you can get wrapped up in its noise and force below. The band explains the release as trying to capture the feeling and emotions of energy:
'The Symmetry Of Autumn Leaves' is our first album. We listened to the MC5, The Sonics, Otis Redding, Bratmobile, The Nation of Ulysses, Black Eyes. We read Ralph Ellison, Gwendolyn Brooks, Truman Capote, Walt Whitman. We paid close attention. We tried our best to capture a
certain energy, what it feels like to be alive. 'The Symmetry Of Autumn Leaves' is a sort of opening statement: we made sounds we were anxious to hear, an exciting thing to do with electricity.