For their sophomore release, LA band Princeton – led by identical twins Matt and Jesse Kivel -- turned to minimalist classical composers and electronic dance music for inspiration as they redefine their sound. Today's Top Tune is the title track from their forthcoming recording, Remembrance of Things to Come.
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