Every Time I Die is apparently questioning the artistic basis of a new Foster The People album cover, as it looks strikingly similar to the art on ETID's most recent release, 2016's Low Teens.

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On Friday, Foster The People released their III EP/singles bundle, a teaser of three songs from their upcoming album. Almost immediately, the internet erupted with artwork accusations, comparing the III cover to the near-identical Low Teens artwork. ETID even took to Twitter to express their bewilderment with a row of thinking face emojis.

Below, check out Foster The People's initial cover reveal tweet and Every Time I Die's questioning retort, followed by Twitter replies from other bands (such as Code Orange and Harm's Way) and a couple of cheeky meme responses.

Do you think Foster the People ripped off ETID's artwork vibe?

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