Maybe you thought Live in San Francisco was the White Fence album you'd been waiting for, and maybe that was because you were one of the many awestruck people who end up flattened against the back wall when Fence mainman Tim Presley and pals seize the stage. But now Presley and longtime Fence supporter Ty Segall have delivered For the Recently Found Innocent, the first actual studio production of White Fence — and here is the clarity, purity and psychedelicity you were truly craving, with echoes of Syd Barrett, “Helter Skelter,” T. Rex, The Soft Boys, The Pretty Things and more, across roaring songs including “Arrow Man,” “The Light” and “Wolf Gets Red Faced.” Heads, head to the record store now. Also Friday, July 25.

Thu., July 24, 8:30 p.m., 2014
(Expired: 07/24/14)

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