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Swedish psychedelic rock band Dean Allen Foyd released their debut album 'The Sounds Can Be So Cruel' in March 2012; a record described as a "rollicking wild psychedelic thrill-ride" (Shindig!) and "the best kind of swirling psychedelic rock" (Gaffa).

Dean Allen Foyd is now digging even deeper into the psychedelic music with their brand new five-track 10-inch vinyl EP 'Road To Atlas', out March 1st 2013 via Crusher Records. On release date Dean Allen Foyd will start their three weeks tour criss-crossing Europe. Click here to see all tour dates.

Dean Allen Foyd is a Stockholm based psychedelic band with a wide range of music styles. Everything from garage, delta blues, folk and space-rock can be heard in their music. With influences like Syd Barrett’s Pink Floyd and The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band you know you’re in for a serious psychedelic treat.

On stage Dean Allen Foyd plays a different set at each concert during which the songs change their arrangements, spontaneous improvisations alternate with lengthy organ and guitar solos and Canada-native singer and guitar player Francis Rencoret moves like a dervish in trance on stage.

The upcoming EP 'Road To Atlas' is recorded at the Royal Music Academy of Sweden and mixed and mastered at Fashionpolice Studios Stockholm.