Living together in an old London art gallery, five-headed band Ulrika Spacek makes exceptionally blatant psychedelic post-punk, often flirting with krautrock influences. Imagine Women, Stereolab, Spacemen 3, Pavement and Sonic Youth co-parenting a child. Well, that kid would probably be called Ulrika Spacek. At the end of last year they released their second full-length album on Though Love Records – an album that, according to The Quietus, ‘consistently hits its target in a magnetic, mesmerizing way, and one that if you let it will swallow you whole’. They’ll be back on the mainland once again to hit us with their weirded-out soundscapes.