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Peach Pit have confirmed details of a new album

Set to arrive on 3rd April via Columbia Records, it's titled 'You And Your Friends'.
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Published: 1:10 pm, March 11, 2020
Peach Pit have confirmed details of a new album

Peach Pit have confirmed details of a new album.

Set to arrive on 3rd April via Columbia Records, it's titled 'You And Your Friends', and follows up on 2017's debut 'Being So Normal'.

“’You and Your Friends’ is a collection of songs about me, people that the band and I care about, and some of the old friends we’ve had over the years,” vocalist Neil Smith says. “All the songs are written from true stories, some have been exaggerated more than others. We can’t wait to finally let go of it and start playing these songs for you out on the road!”

The news comes alongside a new track, 'Black Licorice', which you can check out below.

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