The psychedelic pop sound from the ’60s classes deeply through the bloodstream of Nashville group the Paperhead. Produced in ’09 2009 by three close friends (guitarist/vocalist Ryan Jennings, drummer/vocalist Walker Mimms, and bassist/vocalist Peter Stringer-Hye), the music group began playing displays around town, a few of them by means of psychedelic happenings replete with trippy light displays. The trio released their initial album, Concentrate in on…the Looking Cup, this year 2010 on cassette for Infinity Kitty. With assistance from local electric guitar pop star Jeffrey Novak of Cheap Period, the group documented their next record and delivered it off to Difficulty at heart. The label cherished it and released the self-titled record in 2011. In addition they re-released the band’s initial album around once. The band experienced some adjustments as the people proceeded to go off to university, documenting and playing displays in the summertime only once on break. In addition they added another older friend, Matt McQueen, like a keyboardist with time for his or her 2012 solitary, “Photos of Her Demise.” After touring the U.S. a few times, the music group set about documenting their third recording in Stringer-Hye’s garage area. Released in past due 2014, Africa Avenue was reliably psychedelic, but also added fresh elements (nation, bossa nova, German artwork rock) with their audio. Their next recording was quite a while coming, and for the time being Stringer-Hye released a 2015 single EP, Sunday Women, and played acoustic guitar in the alt-country music group Promised Property Sound. The group (minus McQueen) reconvened in Stringer-Hye’s garage area studio and started work on Chew up, adding some Latin and jazz affects to the blend and targeting an recording that sounded like somebody slowly traveling in one side from the dial towards the other on the ’60s-period AM radio. The recording was combined by Cooper Crain at Minbal Studios in Chicago and released by Problems at heart in early 2017.