You're not having an LSD flashback. The psychedelic sounds of Silver Sunshine come courtesy of guitarist Richard Vaughan, bassist Stuart Sclater, and guitarist/organist Conor Riley, who frequently whips out a vintage Mellotron, just in case anyone misses their intent to supply the missing link between Rubber Soul and Radiohead. Recently recruited drummer David Hurley (formerly of Dura Mater) brings his own flute and a fully operational sci-fi Moog synthesizer to the acid-drenched analog party.
The band formed in 2001 and recorded for Rhode Island-based Empyrean Records. "Our music is sometimes heavy, sometimes gentle, but always freaked," said Vaughan in their early dayz. "Lately we've been digging on heavier, progressive, and wyrd-folk sounds."