Close Lobsters: Foxheads Stalk This Land (1987)
"Sewer Pop Dream" is terrifically catchy; "I Kiss The Flowers In Bloom" is as pretty as the title suggests, with a garage-y Clean-like undercurrent; "Pathetique" ratchets it up a notch, rousing garage rock (again out of the Clean's playbook); "A Prophecy" is lovely, this time aligning more with the Bats; and closer "Mother of God" is an upbeat rocker that stretches out into a Velvet Underground/Clean guitar scrawl.
The band stuck around for a few more albums (mostly overlooked but still terrific), then took a 30-year break before reappearing earlier this year with the unexpectedly great Post Neo Anti.
Here's a home-brewed video for "I Kiss The Flowers":
Here's an audio rip of "Sewer Pipe Dream":