LAMC 10

Ty Segall’s bludgeoning stoner-rock power trio FUZZ released their self-titled debut album last year, but since they’re a Ty Segall project, it’s tough to imagine them sitting still for long. The band has just recorded its own version of the Kinks’ snorting 1965 mod classic “Till The End Of The Day,” releasing it on a split 7″ with CCR Headcleaner. (The 7″, part of Famous Class’s series of LAMC split singles, raises money for the Ariel Panero Memorial Fund.) FUZZ have rendered the song as a blistering Vanilla Fudge-style freakout, and it’s a lot of fun. Listen below.

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