Brooklyn's psychedelic/blues/garage rockers God Tiny are releasing their new album The Space Inside Your Head this Friday (5/26). They've got all the fuzzed-out guitars, background organs, and blues melodies you need for this kind of stuff, channeling anything from Savoy Brown and Spooky Tooth to Duane Allman riffs to MK II era Deep Purple to Jack White. That's God Tiny's bread and butter, but they're not content to stick to one sound. "Weaves the Flow" sounds like a modern update of "The Weight," "Wet Paint" is a prog-metal trip that sorta sounds like Pallbearer meets Alice In Chains meets Sabbath, and "Awaken" kinda sounds like Jet's "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" on acid. God Tiny know how to pull this stuff off and bring all these sounds together for a cohesive record. Hear it for yourself -- a full stream of The Space Inside Your Head premieres below.

God Tiny will celebrate the new album on release day at Knitting Factory (5/26) with Stuyedeyed, Ghost King and Greasy Hearts (tickets). They also play Sunnyvale on June 16 with Fruit & Flowers, Kino Kimino, and Oliver Ignatius (who produced and plays on God Tiny's new album) (tickets).