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Free Download: Seventeen Evergreen's Reverb Heavy 'Angels'

Get a track from the duo's upcoming EP

November 28, 2011 1:05 PM ET

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Seventeen Evergreen
Victoria Smith

Click to listen to Seventeen Evergreen's 'Angels'

San Francisco-based duo Seventeen Evergreen are set to release their next EP, Psyentist, on December 6th after a nearly five-year hiatus. The Psyentist EP is a four-track experiment in pop sounds, and Caleb Pate explains that the reverb-heavy track "Angel," which incorporates harp strings, is a "fantasy pinnacle, a love out of reach, a delusional silver screen frozen in nothing-time. This song goes out to those unlucky in love. Dreamers finish last... or first? But still don't get him, completely."

Seventeen Evergreen's Psyentist EP will be available on December 6th, but you can download "Angels" for free here.

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