Michael Collins (formerly of Salvia Plath) made his debut as Drugdealer almost a month ago with the album The End of Comedy. The psych-folk record features an eclectic array of sounds, instrumentation and experimentation. The influences listed range from Sergio Leone to Carole King to Bacharach.

But on 'Easy To Forget,' a breezy little number co-written by Ariel Pink, Alexander Brettin and Collins, things are a little simpler. An effortlessly cheery set of guitars back Collins' airy vocal performance, which provides the perfect end-of-summer soundtrack.

The track's video is a delightfully weird clip that only serves to enhance 'Easy To Forget' thanks to its memorable lead performance from a particularly groovy senior citizen.

Check out 'Easy To Forget' below.