The song follows "Debut", "Plastic Thrills", and "That Ain't No Life To Me" in previewing the band's upcoming LP The Magic.

It's a jangly, '70s-inspired jam with big chords and dizzying riffs that zaps away all your cares and worries. Satomi Matsuzaki's voice breezily drifts across a chugging undergrowth of rock, punk, and pop with infectious aplomb - it's more gold from the indie mainstays.

Drummer Greg Saunier says of the new album: "Maybe it came from the music we liked when we were kids, when music was like magic ­before we knew about the industry and before there were rules. Sometimes hair metal is the right choice. We all showed up in the mood to sing."

The Magic is released 24 June via Upset The Rhythm.

Listen to "Acceptance Speech" below. Check out Deerhoof's upcoming European dates afterwards.

September

8 - Warsaw (Poland), Plac Zabaw
9 - Lodz, (Poland)
10 - Berlin (Germany), Bi Nuu 
11 - Tilburg (Netherlands), Incubate Festival
13 - Copenhagen (Denmark), Jazzhouse 
14 - Oslo (Norway), Blaa 
15 - Stockholm (Sweden), Fasching 
17 - Leffinge (Belgium), De Zwerver
18 - The Hague (Netherlands), Paard van Troje 
19 - Lille (France), Aeronef
20 - Paris (France), Maroquinerie 
21 - Metz (France), Les Trinitaires 
22 - Epinal (France), La Souris Verte