Mini Mansions invites you to peek behind the curtain of their piano-driven, foot-stomping psychedelia. The L.A. trio fronted by Queens of the Stone Age bassist Michael Shuman with friends Tyler Parkford and Zach Dawes ventures into a strange world of hazy definitions.
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Are they a psych-cabaret act? Nightmare-fueled big top rockers? Sixties popsters run through a meat grinder? Their self-titled debut album, sways through it all as rubbery and fuzzy basslines bounce along with piano pounding, driving drums and ethereal, wafting vocals. The album will be released by Josh Homme's Rekords Rekords label on November 2nd, and you can experience their madness on October 28th when they serve up some psych at Space 1520.
You can't wait?
Luckily, Mini Mansions gave West Coast Sound an exclusive first look behind the scenes of their upcoming video. Check it out: