At only two minutes in length, today's song is almost a bit of an apology for the last couple of days of prog marathons. I know you're big girls and boys, more than capable of devoting your full attention to something for ten minutes at a stretch (even if that something does sometimes require a modicum of effort to wrap your head around), but I also know that you're busy and don't always have the time for all that devoting (especially if you factor in the time it can take to give a song more than once listen if you dig it or if you're just after the full experience).
So in summation, Loud Noises readers wearied by the last two days of monumentally-proportioned songs, Sun and Sail Club's latest "Dresden Fireball Freakout Flight" has your name on it. It's the first track to be released from The Great White Dope, the sophomore disc from this four-piece whose resumes include bands like Fu Manchu and Kyuss.
With that kind of a pedigree, it should come as no surprise that "Dresden Fireball" is a short, sharp burst of fuzzed-out stoner energy (if that isn't a contradiction in terms). This one fucking goes for two minutes, like something out of a bygone rocking era, and then it's gone. Even if this doesn't grab you right off, it's only two minutes. You've got the time. Just click the link already.