After their beautifully subdued and dusty Mr. Tower's Dead Trophy (2010), the San Francisco band Horse Marriage returned this year with Eisenhower Interstate, an altogether different iteration of Stewart Adams' grainy and distorted pop visions. Avant Archive is pleased to present the first 'single' from Eisenhower Interstate, "Pee-Chee", alongside two additional and exclusive tracks. Horse Marriage has almost entirely shed their calm western reveries, laying aside the acoustic guitars in favor of deep distortion, detuned strings, and a whole new kind of energy. Adams' delay-touched vocals perfectly float above the band's fuzzed-out guitars and simple, yet unforgettable compositions sounding simultaneously obscured and unmistakable. Rock and roll is back, and don't come expecting gimmicks—you'll find no 'lo-fi' or 'x-wave' here. This is old-fashioned rock and roll the way you might remember it. Remember it again!