The Pharmacy readies Spells for release

Seattle’s The Pharmacy is gearing up to release Spells, an album that favors the mellow, subdued side of garage-rock with hazy reverb and hypnotic, psych-tinged melodies. Out August 12 on Old Flame Records (and on casette via Burger Records), Spells was recorded in the basement of a used car museum in downtown Tacoma, each of its ten tracks laid down live by Kyle Brunette (producer of Night Beats’ S/T and Sonic Bloom LPs.) Today, the band shares album closer “Strange,” a fuzzy, blissed-out track propelled by lead singer Scottie Yoder’s effortless croon. You can stream the track where it premiered with Wondering Sound and download & post it via Soundcloud.
Spells is the latest in a long line of releases from a band that’s been making music for over a decade. Having toured extensively over the years, The Pharmacy has shared stages with bands like Vivian Girls, Japanther, and Matt and Kim. They just wrapped up a month-long European tour, and will be touring the U.S. in support of their new release this fall.
The Pharmacy Tour Dates:
7/28: Vancouver, BC @ Electric Owl
7/30: Seattle, WA @ Sunset Tavern (w/ Yonatan Gat of Monotonix, DJ Dub Narcotic)