Evolfo—Brooklyn, NY psych rock septet—today, shared “Let Go”, their third single from Site Out Of Mind, their sophomore album releasing June 18 via Royal Potato Family. "Let Go is my sonic love letter to Shuggie Otis," says Rafferty Swink who took the lead in writing, producing, and singing on this song. "His influence on me is so undeniable.” This song is a mid-tempo groover bathed in the warm sounds of Swink’s vintage Farfisa and featuring the voices of no less than 4 of the members of Evolfo.

Evolfo, the 7-piece "psychedelic garage-soul" (AXS) powerhouse from Brooklyn (by way of Allston, MA), have announced summer tour dates along the East Coast. The band heads to Philadelphia, PA, makes a special apperance in their hometown of Brooklyn, NY during Pizza King Records' annual Pizza Fest, and returns to the town where it all began, Allston, MA, to headline Brighton Music Hall.

What began in 2011 as a basement party band in the pits of Allston, MA, has since relocated to Brooklyn, NY where the collective has honed their garage-soul sound with a bubbling mixture of rock, psychedelia, and a touch of spaghetti western drama. Mainstays of New York City’s clubs and DIY spaces, as well as the finest basement venues coast to coast, Evolfo has cut adventurous tracks through the U.S., gaining initiates and devotees every time they cram onto a stage and deliver their raucous live show.

Evolfo have announced the release of their debut LP, Last of the Acid Cowboys, slated for April 7th via Royal Potato Family.

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