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Twin Peaks Announce New Album and Tour, Share Video for New Song: Watch

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Five-piece Chicago band Twin Peaks have announced a new album called Lookout Low. The record, which follows 2016’s Down in Heaven, is set to arrive on September 13 via Grand Jury. It’s led by the single “Dance Through It,” which comes with a music video directed by Ariel Fisher and Léo Schrepel. Check out the visual below and scroll down for the Lookout Low tracklist and cover art. Find physical editions of Lookout Low at Rough Trade. (Pitchfork may earn a commission from purchases made through affiliate links on our site.)

“Writing and arranging ‘Dance Through It’ felt like a dive into and embrace of experimenting with a new palette for us,” Twin Peaks guitarist Cadien Lake James said in a statement. “After having been directly involved in the creation and direction of all of our videos, it felt fitting to allow this song the breath of collaboration in having Ariel Fisher take the helm and run with it.”

Also today, Twin Peaks have added new North American tour dates. They’ll play shows with Post Animal, Lala Lala, and others. Check out Twin Peaks’ latest tour poster below and find the rest of their dates at the band’s website. Get tickets here.

Lookout Low:

01 Casey’s Groove
02 Laid in Gold
03 Better Than Stoned
04 Unfamiliar Sun
05 Dance Through It
06 Lookout Low
07 Ferry Song
08 Under a Smile
09 Oh Mama
10 Sunken II

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