The Pretty Things were never really much of a thing in North America, but back at home in the UK, they’re revered by everyone from David Bowie to Tame Impala. They specialized in a form of mid-to-late 60s British psych that put them up against bands like the Beatles and the Stones—but without the same success, of course. Over the decades, though, The Pretty Things sustained themselves by being cult heroes and have never taken an official break since they were formed in 1963. One of their greatest albums is 1968’s S.F. Sorrow, one of the first-ever concept albums.