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In 1963, renowned chemists Bear Owsley & Nick Sands developed a strain of designer LSD which had a reputation for inducing tribal hallucinations. This strain of acid was called "west Indian girl." Flash forward forty-some years & however many psychedelic revolutions later to find the Los Angeles duo of Robert James & Francis Ten deciding to call their musical collaboration "West Indian Girl." West Indian Girl's luminous debut release is a perfect slice of sun-soaked California dreampop, filtering the hazy shoegazing sounds of yesteryear through a distinctly west coast sensibility. Songs like "Hollywood" & "What Are You Afraid Of" gently flourish like the doves & the Stone Roses by way of Laurel Canyon.

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1) Trip
2) What Are You Afraid of
3) Hollywood
4) Miles from Monterey
5) Dream
6) Northern Sky
7) Visions
8) Still Lost
9) Leave Tonight
10) Green
11) Lay Down

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