New York-by-way-of-Maine grunge-pop project Wry Climate is the 2011 brainchild of Dan Nelson. Since its inception, the band has released a full-length album, Bridge Ice, a handful of singles, and evolved into a four-piece to make room for its dynamic, heavily layered sound. Today, we’re premiering the band’s newest track, Storm Jolt (Sky Dissolves), off their upcoming self-released EP, Radio Tower Pulse, out tomorrow. The fuzz-laden jam is slightly indecisive, but at more than six minutes long, it has room to be. What begins as a melodic, monotone jangle devolves into a herky-jerky burst of ear-splitting reverb intermingled with acoustic lullaby sounds. Check it out below.