Turchi liken their easygoing grooves to kudzu, the steadily creeping vine that has long covered the South's unused corners. It's an apt reference: The winding guitars of leader Reed Turchi combine with Andrew Hamlet's ambling bass and Cameron Weeks' pitter-patter drums to create an amiable crawl, like a more relaxed CCR. Reed's sandpaper croon powers the melodies, which ferry faded tales—hazy nights from a "lightning bug summer" and brief but fiery romances. The details are fuzzy, but the feeling remains as rusted relics peek through these advancing weeds. Mark Holland opens, along with Campfires & Constellations.