Psychedelic five-piece band Coke Weed was formed in the summer of 2010 in Bar Harbor, Maine. Following three full-length LPs—most recently, 2013's Back To Soft, which played as a love-letter to the golden age of '90s indie rock—Coke Weed are back with a new album, Mary Weaver. Their new LP was inspired by top-shelf '70s art-rock, including Eno's pop forays and the rhythmic and sonic innovations of Bowie and Visconti. The guitars are brighter, the baselines more buoyant, suggesting a glammy, surf-oriented approach to the band’s signature sprawling psychedelia and slacker rock inclinations. Nina Donghia's vocals invoke Debbie Harry and Nico, while the dueling guitars echo those of Television.