When “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” came out this year, the indie world became much more psychedelic. A shadow the size of Yo La Tengo’s discography smothered the music scene in a hazy shade of avant-garde electronic production. Fortunately, we didn’t all modern-dance ourselves into comas; Tame Impala came along and reminded us of the shady beauty of psychedelia. It opened up a brave new world for Sgt. Pepper and LSD fans. “Frightened Faces” by Halifax fuzzsters, The Everywheres, provides a clear illustration of what the modern day Psych-revival has to offer. Its melody is overtly ‘90s, sounding like Weezer and the Pixies all blended into one. Its sandy beach aesthetic is comfortably familiar. It is an instant pysch-revival classic and I think we can expect a lot from these guys.