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Crooked Teeth’s west coast emo shines on “Out Of Place”—exclusive

June 16 2017, 11:37 AM EDT By Brian Kraus


Los Angeles, California's Crooked Teeth are making their AltPress debut today with "Out Of Place," the first taste of their upcoming EP, Pastel. The alternative emo release drops everywhere on June 23, 2017 via Blossöm Records.

Watch our exclusive premiere of their hazy boardwalk music video, with dates and commentary below!

SONG MEANING AS TOLD BY FRONTMAN TYSON EVANS:

"I wrote this song as a means to convey the longing to escape the responsibility, stress and uncertainty of adulthood and the desire to let nostalgia take control. I hated high school, I hated my hometown, and at that time I so badly wanted to get out and take on my dreams more than anything. This song is me looking back on the simplicity that I took for granted between 16 and 20. This song is for the kids in the hot box. The kids breaking into abandoned buildings just to say they did. The kids making out in parked cars in supermarket parking lots at night. This song is for me at 16 just as much as it is for me at 25."

UPCOMING SHOWS:

6/16 Stockton, CA @ Channel Brewing Co.
6/17 Yreka, CA @ The Music Hall
6/22 Las Vegas, NV @ Photo Bang Bang
6/23 San Diego, CA @ Blonde Bar
6/24 Fullerton, CA @ Programme

WITH ANARBOR & SUNDRESSED:

7/6 Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
7/7 San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar

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