Premiere: The Men share the breezy ‘Rose On Top Of The World’ from new album ‘Drift’

The Men share the breezy ‘Rose On Top Of The World’ from new album ‘Drift’

The band’s new record comes out on 2nd March via Sacred Bones.

The Men are set to release their new album ‘Drift’ in March via Sacred Bones, and we’ve got the first play of its next single.

‘Rose On Top Of The World’ is a care-free, breezy cut that feels like it’s forcibly ushering in Spring. Speaking of the track in a press release, vocalist and guitarist Nick Chiericozzi says: “Rose On Top Of The World’ came out of a Spanish guitar lick, a radar weather map, a poem and maybe a few other things.

“It has a good title; one that creates a definite mental image but could really be about anything.” 

The band are set to head out on tour in support of ‘Drift’, with a London date set for June at Hackney venue Oslo.

View the tracklisting for ‘Drift’, listen to ‘Rose On Top Of The World’ and view the tour dates below.

1. Maybe I’m Crazy
2. When I Held You In My Arms
3. Secret Light
4. Rose on Top of the World
5. So High
6. Killed Someone
7. Sleep
8. Final Prayer
9. Come To Me

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Mar 2, 2018: Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool Mar 3, 2018: Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool Apr 21, 2018: Montreal, QC @ La Vitrola Apr 27, 2018: Austin, TX @ Levitation Festival Apr 28, 2018: Norman, OK @ Norman Music Festival May 28, 2018: Barcelona, ES @ Primavera Festival May 29, 2018: Madrid, ES @ El Sol May 30, 2018: Lisbon, PT @ Music Box May 31 2018: Porto, PT @ Maus Habitos June 1, 2018: London, UK @ Oslo