Surprisingly charming for an experimental three-piece, Austin, TX band Weird Weeds has perfected its sound on its second outing. Dabbling in indie pop and subdued noise rock equally, Weird Feelings lures its listener in with soothing melodies (as on “Broken Arm” or “Cold Medicine”) that disintegrate into washy skronk jams within minutes. The three members, who have previously jammed with Jandek, Castanets, and members of Deerhoof, each play an integral role in shaping the record’s warm sound. Exploring the line between post-pop and experimental noise, Weird Feelings is truly a record that must be heard to be understood.