New York City’s TEEN brought their eccentric, arty synth-pop to the Paste Studio this week to promote their forthcoming album Good Fruit, out on Friday (3/1) via Carpark Records. Good Fruit is their fourth studio album and their first self-produced record.
Comprised of three sisters—Teeny, Lizzie and Katherine Lieberson—TEEN make music that’s more vibrant than most. Their urgent grooves, heady vocal harmonies and off-kilter synth escapades are immediately felt, zapping listeners with their laserbeam-like arpeggios and transporting them into a deep, rapturous psychosis. TEEN performed three glistening tracks—”Putney,” “Ripe” and “Pretend”—all from their new album.
Teeny said of their new album’s lyrical inspiration, “A lot of what ties Good Fruit in…is forging new paths for ourselves and letting go of old ways of doing things.” TEEN will head out on tour with Methyl Ethel starting next month and will make an appearance at SXSW in Austin.
Watch TEEN’s full set in the Paste Studio below. You can preorder Good Fruit here.