Rising from the smoking embers of several Merseyside acts, newcomers Pure Joy have now readied their playful, psych-rock to tape in the form of debut LP ‘Bang Flower.’

This band of friends stemming from the Wirral (the beautiful, sleepy, wigged-out bank off the Mersey – Liverpool’s Brooklyn if you will) serve up hot, psychedelia-heavy filthy garage-rock candy tinged with patches of late-60s American psych, buzzy Motor City riffage, and decades of British pop, ranging from the pastoral pop of Ray Davies to the vivid expansiveness of Kurt Vile and the Antipodean warmth of Tame Impala.