The track is inspired by the life (and death) of James Dean.
Listen to it below, and see the band’s upcoming tour dates.
17 Los Angeles, Lodge Room
21 Osaka, Bigcat
22 Nagoya, Electric Ladyland
23 Tokyo, O-East
15 Nashville, Cannery Ballroom
18 Lakewood, Mahalls 20 Lanes
19 Detroit, El Club
21 Toronto, Danforth Music Hall
22 Montreal, Le National
23 New Haven, College Street Music Hall
24 Boston, Royale
27 Brooklyn, Brooklyn Steel
01 Philadelphia, Union Transfer
02 Washington DC, 9:30 Club
03 Baltimore, Ottobar
05 Millvale, Mr Small’s Theatre
06 Louisville, Headliner’s Music Hall
08 Savannah, Savannah Stopover Music Festival
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