The long-running Australian rock band Pond features members of Tame Impala, Mink Mussel Creek and Allbrook/Avery. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Pond, 'Elvis' Flaming Star' KEXP-FM

The Australian band's playful, psychedelic glam-rock is powered by Tame Impala drummer Jay Watson.

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