No one has ever accused the Oh Sees of not having enough music. But the reality is that some of the prolific San Francisco band's early records were too rare for most listeners to have had a chance to snag them. Thankfully, Castle Face Records, founded by John Dwyer, has been slowly reissuing much of the band's catalog. Earlier this year, the label shared a new edition of The Cool Death Of Island Raiders. This summer, they'll be re-sharing the 2006 EP, Graveblockers.

The record offers eight tracks of psych folk that showcases how exactly the Oh Sees become such a musical mainstay. On 'Burning Bridges,' which is being re-shared today, Dwyer's goopy guitars and pleasant vocals are encased in a warm analog sound courtesy of the EP's lo-fi production style. There is much to love about this sound, which is found throughout the EP.

So check out 'Burning Bridges' up above and be on the look out for the re-issue of Graveblockers, which drops on June 10 via Castle Face Records.