Woods have only been around since 2005, but in that time they’ve put out eight — now nine — albums, and show no signs of slowing down. City Sun Eater In The River Of Light is their latest, and it’s the same sort of mild-tempered, calming, plaintive folk-psych music that the band’s been working with since day one. But the band are damn good at that, as evidenced by early singles “Sun City Creeps,” “Can’t See At All,” and “Morning Light,” and the rest of the album holds up to that standard. Listen to the entire thing below.
City Sun Eater In The River Of Light is out 4/8 via Woodsist.