From 2 to 3

Peach Pit - From 2 to 3
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2022 Ratings: #64 / 330
User Score
Based on 155 ratings
2022 Ratings: #154
Liked by 14 people
March 4, 2022 / Release Date
LP / Format
Columbia / Label
Indie Pop / Genres
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Peach Pit’s triumphant return comes as no surprise with their equally fun TikTok presence growing with a series of viral videos and behind the scenes clips.
Northern Transmissions
Smooth, sullen and effortlessly sombre — the boys in Peach Pit deliver another grade-A indie-pop album to the world.
Possibly their best album yet, and most definitely a step up from LP two, ‘From 2 To 3’ opens up a whole new world of opportunities for the quirky Canadians.
Whilst we’re used to hearing easy-going instrumentals and lively lyricism from Peach Pit, the third record from the Vancouver quartet sees them dive deeper into their storytelling, pulling away from starry-eyed indie pop, and surfacing into a refined, more grounded sound.
‘From 2 To 3’ unravels in its own time, basking in the steady warmth more with every track.
These songs come to life in terms of warmth and richness.

Stress reliever, the album

Peach Pit is a group I’m going to see live pretty soon with a friend, so I wanted to get more familiar with them. I think this new album is a good starting point. I had heard a couple songs before hand, and they were pretty nice. Nothing that school the earth but they were solid tracks. That’s pretty much sums up how I feel about this album. It’s nothing extra ordinary, but it is a good record to just chill to and have in the background. The problem ... read more


I've been really enjoying this new Peach Pit record since it's dropped. I'd guess and say that I've listened to it around 10-15 times already. Sure, it's not groundbreaking or mind-shattering in any way but God if it isn't consistent and catchy as hell. Seriously, the consistency of the tracklist is initially what caught my attention. Every track is enjoyable; no duds to be found, in my opinion. "Up Granville" and "Vickie" slightly stand out as highlights, but the quality ... read more


its peach pit theyre not gonna drop something that wobbles the earth's axis but they do their thing better than most, this is another example


It really is "road trip with friends: the album". Kinda surprised to this change to a relaxed sound but they did it excellent. Personally I prefer the second album but "From 2 To 3" is objectively their best album imo. This album reaffirmed the love I have for this band.
fav(s): Up Grandville, Pepsi On The House, Everything About You, Give Up Baby Go, 2015, and From 2 to 3.


Pleasant but I'm not used to just pleasant from Peach Pit


Indie music at its worst, boring as hell

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Added on: November 13, 2021