The British quartet Syd Arthur inject their brand of space-warping indie rock with doses of late-'60s/early-'70s psychedelia, which makes their music sound as timeless as it is reverent.

You'd expect that from a group that took its name from Pink Floyd's burned-out mastermind and the Kinks' 1969 Victorian opus.

They're going on tour soon, but they took some time to chat with us and to play a few songs. You can watch the exclusive video performance of 'Garden of Time' above.

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