Tomorrow, June 16, indie garage rockers Secret Club will unleash their debut studio album, Apocalypse Meow. Ahead of it hitting the streets, though, Diffuser is excited to partner with the trio to debut the record a day early in its entirety -- check it out in the audio player below.

With obvious nods to the likes of the White Stripes and ‘90s-era Weezer, Secret Club’s music is the perfect summer soundtrack; we want to throw a party right now just listening to it:

Secret Club were first discovered by Tres Sasser, who has worked with Will Hoge and Cardboard Kids, and Joe Costa, whose resume includes engineering stints with Ben Folds and Kesha. “We tracked [Apocalypse Meow] at the Sound Shelter in Franklin, Tennesee,” the band tells us. “Produced by Sasser and mixed by Costa, it was a fun process. This band started as a joke, and it gets funnier the more people here it. Hopefully everyone enjoys the joke as much as we do.”

If you like what you hear, you can grab more details on Apocalypse Meow at this location. Secret Club are set to appear at Grimey's in Nashville for an in-store performance tomorrow night (June 16) -- you can stay up-to-date with everything happening in their world here.