Southern California alternative rock band Dirty Heads deliver their seventh studio album, Super Moon. The 10-track collection was helmed by four-time Grammy-winning Nashville, TN-based super producer Dave Cobb (A Star is Born soundtrack, Brandi Carlile, Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson) and is introduced by the title track single "Super Moon," which vocalist Jared "Dirty J" Watson describes as "a 70's sci-fi kung fu Western car chase soundtrack. It gives you a look into the sonics, tone, and creative narrative of this album. It was all recorded live in the same room to tape in Studio A in the old RCA building in Nashville where legends like Johnny Cash and Elvis recorded a lot of their work." Follow-up summer anthem, "'Lift Me Up' is a classic Dirty Heads, a weed song," adds Watson. "We tapped into our own lives - we used to be drug dealers, so this is our version of Curtis Mayfield's 'Pusherman,' the theme song for some Shaft-style weed-seller." The vocals and instrumentals lay you back, setting your mind to wander, while the alternative rock riff gets a slight reggae infusion.