Liverpool trio Trudy and the Romance wandered into our inboxes with “Wild,” a twisted, almost drunken take on the idyllic pop music of yesteryear. The song lurches and sways and is surely full of garage rock tendencies, but it also never really loses its iconic, 1950s doo-wop sensibility. Fans of Cursive, Attic Abasement, or Archers of Loaf should identify strongly with the trio’s shambling tunes.

“Wild” is available now via B3SCI records. Check it out on iTunes.