New Haven, CT's Mountain Movers have been laying down heavy, hazy psych for a decade now, with five albums and various singles and other releases under their belts. Their new self-titled album will be out this Friday (May 5) via Trouble in Mind and we're premiering a stream of the whole album. This is get-lost-in-it psych, more interested in grooves than hooks. Here, they drop you in the deep end right off the bat with the 14-minute opening maelstrom "I Could Really See Things," with rolling bass pulling you along like the tide while feedback and noise crash like waves over you. There are numbers with more recognizable song structure, too, but that squall remains. Listen to the whole thing below.

Mountain Movers are playing shows in May, including a few in Brooklyn: Thursday, May 4 at Rough Trade with Japanese band Kikagaku Moyo and Jason Spacin' Killinger (tickets); Wednesday, May 10 at Union Pool with Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band, and Richard Papiercuts (tickets); and Bushwick's Cape House Clam Bar on Saturday, May 20 with Atlanta bands Gringo Star and Shantih Shantih (more info).

There are only 500 copies of Mountain Movers' new album being pressed on vinyl -- order yours. All dates are listed below.

Mountain Movers - 2017 Tour Dates
Thursday May 4 at Rough Trade in Brooklyn, NY w/ Kikagaku Moyo, Jason Spacin' Killinger
Friday May 5 at Lyric Hall in New Haven, CT ***Record Release Show***
Wednesday May 10 at Union Pool in Brooklyn, NY w/ Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band, Richard Papiercuts
Friday May 12 in Meriden, CT w/ Squad Car, Construction Paper
Friday May 19 at Three Sheets in New Haven, CT w/ Gringo Star, Shantih Shantih
Saturday May 20 at CAPE HOUSE Clam Bar in NYC w/ Gringo Star, Shantih Shantih
Sunday May 21 at Crunch House in West Haven, CT w/ Stefan Christensen, Nagual
Tuesday June 27 at Cafe Nine in New Haven, CT w/ Gary War, Gumdad & Alexander