The third or so album from this Brookly, New York in USA band.
The band releases their albums through Bandcamp and that is a good choice as it makes the albums widely available.
The cover art work does not give away the game. This five piece band has a lineup of guitars, bass, drums, keyboards and vocals. And it is not neo-prog. It is really dirty space rock.
Their brand of space rock is not entirely outer space like. It is far more psychedelic rock like and it stays within the gravitation of this planet. It is also songs based. There is still some punk influences here and a lot of indie-rock influences. The sound is pretty dirty. A sound given them through an excellent mix of the album.
The two first songs are good. Unfortunate, the album tails off a bit at the end and the end result is therefore an album somewhere between decent and good. Check it out.