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Twin Peaks have announced their new album, ‘Lookout Low’

The news arrives alongside a video for new single ‘Dance Through It’.
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Published: 2:33 pm, July 17, 2019
Twin Peaks have announced their new album, ‘Lookout Low’

Twin Peaks have announced their new full-length, ‘Lookout Low’.

“Their fourth album, Lookout Low feels like a total revolution,” reads the record’s blurb. “Their most deliberate and seamless record yet, the album is a collaborative triumph, propelled forward by Twin Peak’s near-decade-long bond.”

Due for release on 13th September via Communion Records, the news arrives alongside a video for new single ‘Dance Through It’.

The band will also head out on a UK and European tour in October, with support coming from fellow Chicago band Dehd at most shows.

The album’s track listing reads:

1. Casey’s Groove
2. Laid in Gold
3. Better Than Stoned
4. Unfamiliar Sun
5. Dance Through It
6. Lookout Low
7. Ferry Song
8. Under A Smile
9. Oh Mama
10. Sunken II

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