Following the release of singles “Viktor Borgia” and “Rushing The Acid Frat,” Stephen Malkmus today shares a third track off of Groove Denied (out March 15th on Matador Records), the psychedelic Eastern-inspired (is that a sitar!?) “Come Get Me” and its accompanying lyric video. Despite the predominant 80s-minimal-synth and industrial influences on much of the rest of Groove Denied, “Come Get Me” is a bit closer to Malkmus’s comfort zone: “warped psych,” as he terms it, that avant-garage tradition of dirty guitars and ramshackle grooves — except in this case, it’s one person pretending to be a band — but the illusion is pulled of magnificently on the loose ’n swinging new song.

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