For the Recently Found Innocent on Drag City, but likely they’ll play some as-yet-unreleased new songs because Presley is nothing if not ceaselessly on the move. And what better way to end another June gloomy day in L.A. than to have White Fence’s hazy, hip weirdness swirling around you as you bathe in the tides of twilight?
White Fence — the band, not the Boyle Heights street gang — visit the Getty’s Off the 405 concert series with their signature blend of dreamy psychedelia and garage-level determination. Think Altamont with fewer knives and Brighton with fewer riots. Led by the terrifically wide-ranging Tim Presley, who’s worked with everyone from Mark E. Smith to Ty Segall, White Fence are still flying high off the power of their 2014 album,