Meet The Jim Mitchells and their debut single, Planet Absorbed

Meet The Jim Mitchells and their debut single, Planet Absorbed

Drawing influence from Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees and golden era icons The Sunnyboys.

Think old school rock/garage meets todays era of rock'n'roll and you're on a winner with The Jim Mitchells. It's hard to exactly pinpoint the sound that The Jim Mitchells have created with their debut song Planet Absorbed, which drives us all through an unpredictable space of satirical mind explosions full of warping guitar tones and layers of unforgettable vocal hooks. The song is already out but, an EP is on the way for March via Third Eye Stimuli Records. Enjoy below:

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