Chris Forsyth and the Solar Motel Band | photo by Kait Privatera | courtesy of the artist

No song is too big for NPR’s Tiny Desk, not even the spacey psych rock marathons of Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band. The Philly locals’ session at NPR Music headquarters was released on Friday, and in it they perform “Harmonious Dance,” “The First Ten Minutes of Cocksucker Blues,” and “Boston Street Lullaby.” NPR’s Lars Gotrich recapped the set, saying:

Onstage, The Solar Motel Band opts for maximum-volume, high-energy rock ‘n’ roll — even low-key numbers are massive in their movement. In the NPR Music offices, where amp stacks could rattle books off the shelves, Forsyth culls a set from The Rarity Of Experience that plays to the room and speaks to the malleability of his work.

You can read all of Gotrich’s recap here, but we also dropped the session in video form down below.

It’s not too late to catch Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band tonight when they headline a 21+ show at Johnny Brenda’s. If that’s too last-minute for you though, the guys will play again in a week when they open up for Super Furry Animals at Union Transfer on July 22nd. For tickets and more information on both shows, head over to the XPN Concert Calendar.