After their gorgeous and expansive 2011 full-length Salt, Hoots and Hellmouth go a bit back-to-basics with “Repeat Myself,” a track premiered on their Bandcamp page today. Its roomy tones and stomping rhythms recall the work Philly studio guy Bill Moriarty did on the band’s second LP, 2009’s The Holy Open Secret, except this time the production comes from Jim Roll up in in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Give a listen to the song below, download it at Bandcamp and catch Hoots and Hellmouth tomorrow night when it headlines Union Transfer.