French psychedelic group Strange Hands just released their first full-length album via labels Shit Music For Shit People and Azbin Records. Strange Hands sounds like they were transported here from 1967, and with them they brought Dead Flowers, an awesome twelve track-long acid trip through psych-pop melodies and moldy, ragged garage-punk. The music by itself would be enough to sell me on them, but lo and behold, the album packaging is equally delicious — with a gorgeous sleeve designed by Lucas Donaud and amazing color-splattered clear vinyl, this baby is one complete package.
MP3: Strange Hands - Bunny Slipper
You can stream a few of the other tracks here, and buy the 12" right here. Also, take a long, close-up gander at the packaging heeere.