Upon your first listen to this 2011 record you may think that you've stumbled onto some lost nugget from 1968. The Paperhead take their name from a lyric in July's golden-age psychedelic single "My Clown" and while the album may have a vintage sound, it's mind boggling to learn that it was written and recorded in the summer of 2010 by three 18 year old kids from Nashville, TN. Neo-psych fans may hear a more ambitious White Fence or a poppier Spacemen 3 while more classic minded listeners may recall The Pretty Things, their namesake July or post-LSD Beatles. Before they all went their separate ways to start college Ryan Jennings and his closest childhood friends Walker Mimms and Peter Stringer-Hye holed up to record an album that combines all the orchestrated pop layers, Eastern influence and groovy instrumentals of a classic British psych record. With Cheap Time's Jeffrey Novak as producer and "spritual advisor" these guy's technical and songwriting abilities far outreach their young age, while still maintaining a sense of wonder about the world and a dash of charming naivete.