Californian punk trio L.A. Witch are sharing their new single ‘Kill My Baby Tonight’ from their upcoming debut self-titled album, which is set for release Sept 8th via Suicide Squeeze Records.

Album opener ‘Kill My Baby Tonight’ is the perfect introduction to the band’s marriage of ‘60s girls-in-the-garage charm and David Lynch’s surreal exposés of Southern California’s underbelly and follows the recently released single ‘Untitled’. 

L.A. Witch was recorded at Hurley Studios in Costa Mesa and mixed in Highland Park, Los Angeles, though early incarnations of several songs from the album originally surfaced on limited edition singles released over the last several years. The band’s initial aspirations were humble. “We never really thought we would or could release an album,” the band says.

“We were really just finding each other and finding our sound.” But after touring nearly non-stop for the last three years, L.A. Witch developed a singularly seductive, haunting, and wistful sound that enamoured the garage rock, dream pop, psych, and broader indie communities.

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