Lately I can’t seem to get enough of Antoine Reverb. After witnessing the two last songs they performed at Festival Marvin’s second edition, I became deeply engaged with the Guadalajara five-piece ensemble's goosebumps-provoking capability. Even though we didn’t get the chance to review their second record, Everything Is a Foreign Language to Me, it still remains one of last year’s most compelling works, and the release of the first single, the heavenly psych-pop cut “Memory Interrupted,” is here to remind us why. Making their influences clear, the group revives the greatest qualities of Grizzly Bear’s Veckatimest (you can hear a bit of “Two Weeks” in the choruses) and The Beach Boys' melodic grandeur, adapting them into something splendidly genuine. With some of the visual tricks introduced in Bam Bam’s hallucinatory “Hipnódromo,” Proceso Inútil confounds and gives the chills with this ghostly high school troublesome love clip.