We Were Promised Jetpacks Featured on So Much Silence

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So Much Silence

features a link to a new song by We Were Promised Jetpacks album,

In the Pit of the Stomach,

due out in the U.S. on October 4 via

Fat Cat Records.

SMS also features a few details on mysterious new Crescent Ballroom, a new venue joining the recently opened Foundry on First in downtown Phoenix, that is set to host some pretty big indie gigs, including M83, Gang Gang Dance, and We Were Promised Jetpacks, who are scheduled to make a stop there on November 8.

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