Originally San Francisco musicians (frontman) Tim Cohen and (bassist) Shayde Sartin were making music together just for fun. But it eventually became something more than just a lark, so in 2008 they added some members and formed the Fresh & Onlys. They’ve been putting out their own spin on sunny garage rock ever since, beginning with the release of Grey-Eyed Girls in 2009. And their fourth album, the highly praised Long Slow Dance (stream it below), just came out two months ago, which means the Fresh & Onlys (above, playing “Do You Believe in Destiny” for Pitchfork.tv) are out in support of it. See them tomorrow night at Music Hall of Williamsburg.