Psychic LemonPsychic Lemon

12" Vinyl LP


SKU: DRR004 Category:

Product Description

After working with bands from Argentina, Germany and Canada, the fourth release on Drone Rock Records comes from a band a lot nearer to home…Cambridge’s Psychic Lemon. The band have already self-released their self-titled debut both digitally and on CD and it is with great pleasure that they have chose Drone Rock Records to release it on vinyl. The album has already garnered great reviews with online music bible, Echoes and Dust, hailing it as “…an album fit for the title of most stupendous psych release so far this year”. Online Psych blog, Days Of Purple and Orange wrote “every now and then a ‘small’ band will contact me whose material just blows me away…Psychic Lemon are one of those” and the guys over at Arctic Drones enthused “how much musical bliss they bring is hard to describe”

The album has also grabbed the ear of Tom Robinson over at BBC6Music who has played the track “Dilator” on his show.

Check out the video below for the track “Death Cult Blues” taken from the album and you will see for yourselves why the record has received so much praise.

Psychic Lemon – Death Cult Blues


Like the three previous releases on Drone Rock Records, the Psychic Lemon album will be a limited pressing of 250 copies with 50 of these going directly to the band. Again there will be two different versions of the record as follows:-


“Psychedelic Lemon” coloured edition

150 copies pressed with yellow splatter on transparent lemon-yellow vinyl. These will be offered first to previous customers and mailing-list subscribers.

Transparent lemon-yellow edition

100 copies pressed on transparent lemon-yellow vinyl


Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg

special, regular

  1. TiCkToK Psychic Lemon 5:06
  2. Death Cult Blues Psychic Lemon 8:58
  3. Good Cop Bad Cop Psychic Lemon 7:31
  4. Analogue Summer Psychic Lemon 4:46
  5. Dilator Psychic Lemon 4:36
  6. Horizon Psychic Lemon 10:16

Psychic Lemon

Psychic Lemon rehearse and record in a studio in the back of a small garden, 5 minutes down the road from Syd Barrett’s old place. Bass player Andy Hibberd built it using wooden pallets and cheap duvets. The band come from all across the UK, but now reside in Cambridge. They are: Andy Briston: Vocals, guitar in charge of outer space; Andy Hibberd: Bass, studio architect; George Horler: Vocals, guitar in charge of wah, and Martin Law: Drums, cheerleading.

The band played their first rehearsal together in early 2014, everyone looking for a new musical challenge — to write and play the music they want to play, and not be held back by the expectations of others. However, if other people like it too, then that’s great: The band’s goal is to entertain, without compromise. The band’s influences are broad, but favourite bands include Goat, The Heads and Amon Düül II.

The music has been given various labels, but the one they prefer is krautfunk.

Their self-titled debut album was recorded in the Psychic Studio, and released on CD on 4th March 2016. It was produced and mastered for CD by Andy Briston.