Japanese five-piece 'beasts around the New York ex-patriate quixotic Yusuke recorded ten new garage rock psychedelicas darkening the good vibes of beat-tinged 60´s pop and r&b. If you put SUSPICIOUS BEASTS releases together as a narrative, the 3rd album goes beyond their unabashed strangeness. Listeners draw references to the ghost of ALEX CHILTON to garage rock gems as COMPULSIVE GAMBLERS or jangly guitar and organ driven rough REIGNING SOUNDS demos... but at the end we love them them to do what they do in in playfulness rather than eagerness. Instead of five poster boys with conceptual pleasingly-accessible-freakfolk sound it´s a garage punk record gathering inspiration thru art, coney island walks and the overall weirdness of life. The aspiration is at simple as out of reach: to continue as band on different continents and tour the world and the moon. We had intense moments finally seeing the band on the just finished second European tour 2015 with all the original band members, and we totally enjoyed sort of absorbing their impact. No wonder you may feel like putting on a lofi whacked-out-STANDELLS 45 when they ripped thru their sets in full furious Tokyo punk style.In spite of the predilection for not giving people what they expect (the japanese love to play games), the 'beasts live shows are considered as damn joyful . "Might Die Tomorrow" is a exclusive vinyl only lim. 500 edition on 180g vinyl. Recorded by Jeff Burke and Mark Ryan at Cool Devices, TX. Outstanding artwork by singer & songwriter Yusuke Okada. German IMPORT!