Exclusive Album Stream – Pinkunoizu, ‘The Drop’

In 2011, Danish quartet Pinkunoizu made a tentative mark on the underground with their madcap debut album ‘Free Time!’, a record that defied categorisation with flourishes of folk, krautrock and lysergic pop all intertwining to become one. Two years on and they’re back to reinforce their position as one of the current psych scene’s most interesting and intricate bands with second record ‘The Drop’. With a softer, more pensive approach to their animate and vivid sonic patchworks, it’s no wonder their grabbing the attention of the likes of The Horrors. Immerse yourself in their strange, striking world below.

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