After a long run of limited-run cassette releases and lo-fi 7″ singles, Philly power trio Lantern is getting ready to release its full-length debut on Sophomore Lounge Records – and it sounds great. Today the band premiered the track “Evil Eye” at Impose Magazine, and the Jeff Zeigler-produced jam makes good on the overdrive-pedal boogie we saw at Underground Arts this winter when the band opened for Pissed Jeans. Bassist-guitarist Emily Robb takes lead vocal, with thundering drums and a horn section, and it carries hints of John Spencer Blues Explosion, Chuck Berry and John Lee Hooker. The album will be called Rock ‘N’ Roll Rorschach, it’s out this summer, and it features a playful, wildly occult album cover (pictured above) photographed by Alyssa Robb and art-directed by the band. The band celebrates the release of Rock ‘N’ Roll Rorschach at Johnny Brenda’s on July 5th, tickets and information are available here.