It's a neat spin on 60s-tinged indie pop...

Penny Betts want to overhaul the classic.

A band who know their influences, the four-piece also want to rip them apart, and do something fresh in the process.

60s-tinged psychedelia with an air of 2k19 indie, their new EP is a supreme distillation of these cultural currents.

It's a sweet mixture of four tracks, with songwriting that ranges from those early Pink Floyd singles right through to Tame Impala.

Opener 'Electric Ballroom Dress' is all rich guitar effects and sighing vocals, while 'Run My Mind' is an ultra-catchy guitar pop workout.

Closer 'Black & Blue' finds them moving into fresh territory, a fine end segment to a neatly pieced together EP.

Another highly promising statement from the Surrey band, you can check it out in full below.

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