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As one of the country’s more popular instrumental rock acts, Tokyo’s Te’ have sold out large clubs in Japan and toured overseas in the United States and Taiwan. Signed to local indie imprint Zankyo Record since the act’s 2004 inception, Te’s fourth full-length is their first stab at working with a major.

Despite the jump, Te’ bassist Masa’s quirky penchant for making album titles 29-characters long and track names 30-characters long remains. Due to space constraints here, songs will be referred to by their sequencing number.

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