The Lees of Memory, the psychedelic rock band led by former Superdrag frontman John Davis, are working on a double-album followup to last year's great Unnecessary Evil. Most details on that are still TBA, but in the meantime, The Lees are releasing a 7" single on May 12 via Goldstar Recordings, with "When The Roses Bloom" on the a-side and "The River" on the flip. The artwork (pictured above) was painted by Don Pendleton, who's done a lot of art in the skate world, working with Alien Workshop, Element, Vans, Volcom, and more.

We've got the premiere of "When The Roses Bloom," which is a real nice dose of Lennon-style psychedelia, circa Revolver. That sound still feels fresh today (thanks in part of the fame of bands like Tame Impala), and The Lees have a really genuine take on it. Check it out below.