Neu Pick: Don’t Worry announce debut album ‘Who Cares Anyway?’ with the huge ‘Big House’

Don’t Worry announce debut album ‘Who Cares Anyway?’ with the huge ‘Big House’

The album’s coming out in June via Specialist Subject.

Every weekday, DIY’s new music know-it-all Neu brings you one essential new release to get obsessed with. Today’s Neu Pick comes from Don’t Worry.

Essex indie-punks Don’t Worry are releasing their debut album ‘Who Cares Anyway?’ via the Bristol-based Specialist Subject this summer, and the video for its preview - the huge ‘Big House’ - is playing on DIY as today’s Neu Pick.

Melting indie-rock together with a distinctly more Stateside feeling emo palette, ‘Big House’ is concerned with huge, chunky melodies and choruses to be belted back after only one listen.

‘Who Cares Anyway?’ comes out on 22nd June, and ‘Big House’ comes complete with a homemade video. The record was produced and mixed by Bob Cooper, who’s worked with the likes of Citizen, Self Defence Family and Nervus.

View the tracklisting for ‘Who Cares Anyway?’ and watch the ‘Big House’ video below.

1. The Barber’s Got No Answers
2. Big House
3. Yeah, Me
4. Who Cares (U Care)
5. Mood Swings & Roundabouts
6. Wknd
7. Rafters
8. Yeah, Maybe
9. Bird
10. Confetti
11. This Time Next Year

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