Cheveyo, bumrush the show! Dræmhouse emerge from the ashes of Rose Windows.
Cheveyo (second from right) and Dræmhouse emerge from the ashes of Rose Windows. Lauren Rodriguez

Seattle psych-blues group Rose Windows broke up rather unexpectedly in March, about a month before they were going to release their second album for Sub Pop, but guitarist/songwriter Chris Cheveyo hasn't wasted any time getting back into recording with his new band, Dræmhouse, who include ex-Rose Windows drummer Pat Schowe, Red Ribbon's Emma Danner, and Our Mother the Mountain's Brock Carless. You can check out their song "Woundlicker" after the jump. It's an easygoing chugger gently buoyed by Cheveyo's soft-spoken vocals and ghostly backing vox. (Anyone else hearing hints of "My Sweet Lord"?) Cheveyo poignantly asks, "Who's gonna save my soul?"; you may be surprised to learn that the answer to the question is you. The song goes down with a smoothness and glints with golden-brown electric-guitar sighs. It's an auspicious omen for future releases and shows. Speaking of the latter, Dræmhouse will play Barboza's Beneath the Block event Tuesday, June 24, with Fauna Shade, Bad Motivators, and Acid Tongue. You can purchase tickets here.