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Mathcore act The Number Twelve Looks Like You announced their return last month with a new song and they’re dropping more new tunes today.

The band are debuting their second single from the upcoming record alongside a music video.

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Their new song “Raised and Erased” features vocals by Eric Nally of Foxy Shazam.

Frontman Jesse Korman says the song deals with the idea of time which seems appropriate given their long break from music.

“Our days are numbered. For our next single I wanted to revisit that time tested message, about time itself, and how we use it. It’s a story we’ve all heard before, and most likely ignored. For many of us, no matter how much we see the signs, we remain in denial, and continue to waste our lives repeating the same patterns time and time again until we’ve been emotionally or physically… erased. I wanted to touch on the aspirational aspect of that, and the fact that anyone has the ability to get out of a cycle of mediocrity and waste,” says Korman. 

You can watch the video for the new song in the player below.

The band’s new album, Wild Gods, is their first in ten years and is set to drop September 20 via Overlord Music. You can pre-order a copy here.

They’re also headed out on an extensive tour with God Mother and Pound this fall. Take a look below for dates.

Dates

10/1 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
10/2 Amityville, NY @ Amityville Music Hall
10/3 Somerville, MA @ ONCE
10/4 Buffalo, NY @ Rec Room
10/5 Montreal, QC @ Bar Le Ritz PDB
10/6 Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s
10/8 London, ON @ TBA
10/9 Lansing, MI @ Mac’s Bar
10/10 Berwyn, IL @ Wire
10/11 Indianapolis, IN @ Citadel
10/12 Columbus, OH @ Big Room Bar
10/13 Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose
10/15 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
10/16 Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
10/17 Philedelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge
10/18 Teaneck, NJ @ Debonair Music Hall

What do you think of the new The Number Twelve Looks Like You track? Let us know in the comments below.

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