In their 4th LP, The Bahareebas have found a sweet spot that I expect should resonate with just about any modern-trad surf fan. Despite a pretty no-frills surf sound, The Bahareebas manage to play with a sense of purpose and emotion in every moment of the melody. It's bright and sunny and energetic, but also with a sense of danger -- while not being vicious. They take cues from many of trad surf's memorable leitmotifs without feeling like rip-offs, just channeling the spirit of the music. I think "Moai from Outer Space" is the best encapsulation of all this: a mid-tempo mysterious track with some envigorating swells.
Their are four vocal fuzzy garage rock tracks with instrumental backing that doesn't deviate too far from the surf tracks. I rarely give vocal tracks a fair shake when I'm listening to a surf record, but they don't take away.
This is pay-what-you-want on bandcamp, but if you'd like a vinyl copy you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org for 20 Swiss Francs + postage. Something I learned today: exchange rate between swiss francs and USD is currently 1!