If music seems to allow us to travel both in time and place, then “Filho Do Vento”, the latest single from Bike, seems to transport the listener to a venue in San Francisco at the height of the Summer of Love. Or a sweaty basement in London’s Ladbrooke Grove as garage rock and psychedelia sweep the country. Or a host of other places connected less by actualities and location and more by outsiderness and alternative attitudes…

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