Los Angeles, CA: The Tyde are a band that could exist nowhere but California, somehow managing to capture the South Orange County longboarding culture of their suburban Golden State musical forebears ? The Wilson brothers and Jan & Dean - with the U.K. Creation Records sound of the early-?90s. The Tyde answer the questions: What if Galaxie 500 (or Prefab Sprout, for that matter) had been beach bums? What if the shoegazers had all been staring at their Vans? The Tyde?s third album, Three?s Co., was recorded at VisionQuest Studios in Los Angeles and finds Darren Rademaker once again taking his unique blend of surf-influenced pop-rock by way of late ?70s/early ?80s Brit rockers Felt, rolling it up and taking a deep drag, then passing around the perfect musical prescription for the re-emergence of California cool. The US release of Three?s Co., out 8/29, will also feature two bonus tracks: a James Figurine (Dntel/Postal Service remix of "Glassbottom Lights" as well as the gorgeously melancholic "Don?t Need a Leash" (remixed by Nobody for Nobody?s Home Productions).