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Reviewed by Jesse Austin

The Psychs: Supa Colour

Reviewed by Jesse Austin

The Psychs: Supa Colour

With almost two years from recording to release, it’s safe to say that The Psychs‘ debut album has been long awaited. Recorded in Rex McLeod‘s drum studio with seasoned producer Kody Nielson, ‘Supa Color’ is a burst of surf pop, garage rock, and endless hints of other flavours. With Jaisi Sheehan‘s (guitar, keys, vocals) catchy melodies in She Was A Girl and Sam Beca‘s standout bass lines in tracks Outtasight and Blanks, we see that this is not only a catchy group of songs, with great sing-along moments, but also a very musically accomplished album. Gee I would be loved by all fans of The Strokes, while Dumb feels quite reminiscent of The Mint Chicks. You can just hear the energy they bring with them, and know that The Psych’s would bring a great live show. Sheehan and Beca, along with other bandmates Lukas Starkey (guitar, vocals) and Tom Jennings (drums) have brought a great offering to the table, hopefully signifying that The Psychs are here to stay.