Only weeks after my post about British indie rockers, Post War Years’, newest music video (seen here), the band has offered up a free four-song EP of their Live 360 Session. The song for the video, ‘All Eyes’, is on the EP as well as three other new tracks that don’t disappoint. ‘All Eyes’ is probably the most well-rounded of the beasts, but the opening track, ‘Galapagos’, although instrumental, might be my favorite. At just about two and a half minutes long, the track showcases the group’s penchant for ever-evolving uses of electronic-based percussionistic beats. Its name, ‘Galapagos’, does it justice, as one loop of glass percussion – literally a bottleneck effect – is slightly mutated and propagated to create a sonic jungle from a sole, bottlenecked lineage. Add some synthesizer siren calls and you’ve got one trance-inducing island you won’t mind adapting to. The following tracks bring the listener back to more conventionally composed songs with airy vocals that harmonize with metallic bass lines and guitar riffs before ‘All Eyes’ brings the EP to a close. Get a free download of the EP here at the bands site and listen for yourself…trust me, you’ll have it on loop for days.