Review: “Come Back” by Teen

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“Come Back”

From Teen’s In Limbo

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Liner notes: “I’ve held too many hands/I’ve drawn too many blinds,” murmurs Teeny Lieberson, as jittery beats and backing voices reveal growing anxiety on this garage rock-electronica hybrid.

Behind the music: This Brooklyn foursome is led by former Here We Go Magic keyboardist Lieberson and includes her sisters, Lizzie and Katherine, who recorded this haunting debut in a rural Connecticut barn with producer Pete Kember (Panda Bear, MGMT), a.k.a. Sonic Boom.

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