Most Pharmacy songs sound like they could be singles: they're uptempo, sub-three-minute garage-pop tunes. As a result, the band's first full-length since 2010 can be overwhelming in its constant barrage of hooks, and Stoned and Alone plays like a collection of singles more than a cohesive album (it also includes four songs released on the Josephine and Dig Your Grave EPs earlier this year). Fortunately, the new material atones for the repetition with some of the band's catchiest work to date, like album opener "At The Top of The Ivory Stairs" and single-of-singles "Baby Be."
Stone and Alone is out tomorrow. Listen to "Baby Be" (and grab a free download of it) after the jump.