Portland, Ore., experimental band Moon Duo are becoming an increasingly prolific force. Today, they put out new track "Creepin'," from their upcoming double album Occult Architecture, Vol. 1. The track is the sonic equivalent of racing down some kind of speedway on the moon — while it's chock-full of psychedelic strangeness, there's also an extreme clarity that separates it from the norm. Reverb-y claps echo over the huge canyons of guitars, while bubbling synthesizers ooze over the rest of the track. There's a sinister edge to the music, which makes sense due to its inspiration coming straight from the likes of Aleister Crowley and Mary Anne Atwood. It's all going to come down to your perception — chill moon-psych or deceiving piece of pure evil — but however you go, the song is undeniably a ripper.

Hear the track below, courtesy of The Quietus. Be on the lookout for Occult Architecture, Vol. 1 from Sacred Bones on February 3.