Pianos Become The Teeth Stream ‘Keep You’

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After releasing two gorgeous singles in “Late Lives” and “Repine,” Baltimore outfit Pianos Become The Teeth have finally satisfied our cravings for more new material with a Pitchfork-exclusive stream of their forthcoming LP, Keep You. We’ll save our full sentiments for a later date, but it’s safe to say Pianos’ calmer venture appears to have been worth the wait.

While the record officially hits stores October 28 via Epitaph Records, pre-order options are available here for those who can’t wait to purchase Keep You after giving it a much-awaited listen. As always, feel free to let us know your thoughts on the album in the comments section below.

Mike Giegerich

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  • Gregory Markus

    Think it’s pretty great to see Pfork finally giving emo bands well deserved attention. From Crash of Rhinos to The World is a Beautiful Place… Crash of Rhinos, Pianos Become the Teeth. Ian Cohen definitely played a role in this. Even the interview with Geoff Rickly about United Nations. 5 Years ago they wouldn’t have touched that with a ten-foot pole.