The track uses its nine-minute runtime to push and pull in every conceivable direction, constantly moving and evolving from one minute to the next. Droning vocals and metallic drums build to crescendos throughout and the guitar is so distorted in places it’s not entirely clear which instrument is being played, until it breaks free and bursts through the other side somewhat explosively.

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"Starving Hysterical Naked" would be a leap into the unknown for any band and it’s unlikely to be the track that gets Palm Honey national airplay but, it revels in psychedelic scuzz in a way that few songs have the courage to do.

"Starving Hysterical Naked" is out now.