Surf Curse’s Nick Rattigan and Jacob Rubeck have been crafting sounds spanning from punk to psych rock for nearly a decade with a rabid and dedicated international fanbase and no end in sight. With new members Noah Kohll and Henry Dillon, the band brings together a collage of sounds on ‘Magic Hour,’ their fourth LP and first release since signing with Atlantic Records. Featuring Rattigan on drums/vocals, Rubeck on guitar/vocals, Dillon on bass and Kohll on guitar, ‘Magic Hour’ is a rock-music exploration that ranges from ‘70s rock to ‘90s alternative to 2010s-style indie and combines each member’s creative input to create an experimental record. ‘Magic Hour’ explores all aspects of rock-music with blistering indie punk “Arrow,” pop-infused “Sugar,” sing-along “Lost Honor” and somber yet fanatic blues rock “No Tomorrows.” Rubeck says, “This album is the excitement of starting something that we all can feel good about with each other, but also progressing as creative people and throwing in that magic. We’re feeling that magic, what’s brewing in the air and what’s existing in what we’re doing together.