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Brooklyn psych outfit Caveman are quickly approaching the day of release for their highly anticipated self-titled album. Early indications suggest a beautiful, sprawling affair; one that'll wash over you in a wave of gorgeous synth and surreal melodies. The band recently journeyed to Austin, played a lovely set at Hype Hotel, and also hauled their instruments to the riverside to capture some acoustic takes. Check out their album's second song, "Shut You Down", filmed by our friends at Rhapsody.

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Caveman was born in New York in January of 2010, when a group of friends decided it was time to put aside their boyhood ways and start being men. The sound they crafted in that large, dark room is equal parts chamber pop, dreamscape, and horror film score. At a Caveman show you will hear four-part harmonies, spaced-out guitars, synths, and, yes, much drumming. This has been a gallant year for the band, as since their first birthday they have shared the stage with bands such as Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes, White Rabbits, Here We Go Magic, Cursive, Amazing Baby, and Blue Oyster Cult. They recently went into the Loveboat studio with Nick Stumpf (French Kicks) to commit their songs to record.

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