Hailing from Manchester, "post-punk swamp-goth rockers" Inca Babies have been kicking around since 1983 and have their first album in seven years coming out this month. "Crawling Garage Gasoline" can be heard now, and it's this buzzsaw of noisy garage rock. It starts off with a bass line and drums reminiscent of "Lust for Life" and then the guitars kick in. The guitars will drive their way straight into your skull while the drums pound them in. But it's also mysteriously funky. If it's possible to have a pleasurable headache, "Crawling Garage Gasoline" is the sonic equivalent of it. Inca Babies are showing off a huge sound here, and if you're also unfamiliar with the band's classic work, you're going to be inspired to take a deep dive into it.
You can watch the video for "Crawling Garage Gasoline" below. Swamp Street Soul is due out November 23 on Black Lagoon Records. You can pre-order a copy over at Bandcamp. For more on Inca Babies, check out the band's Facebook.