A couple months back, Worriers shared “Future Me,” an early preview the Brooklyn-based, Jersey-bred band’s follow-up to 2015’s Imaginary Life. Today, they’ve ficially announced that album — it’s called Survival Pop, an apt descriptor for the sort life-affirming punk music the band makes, and it’s out next month. They’ve also shared a new song, “The Possibility,” a chugging and chiming track that sees Lauren Denitzio looking back on their childhood (s/o Freehold Mall) and wondering why they never felt like they fit in. “Searching for a song about a love that might have been between anxiety and hindsight,” Denitzio sings, building up to the driving hook: “Talk style and glory but you never pictured me/ The possibility.” Listen to it below.

01 “My 85th Rodeo”
02 “Not Your Type”
03 “The Possibility”
04 “Gaslighter”
05 “What We’re Up Against”
06 “Future Me”
07 “Self Esteemed”
08 “No Thanks”
09 “Glutton (Reprise)”
10 “WTF Is Sleep?”
11 “Best Fear / Worst Fantasy”
12 “Open Heart”

Survival Pop is out 9/29 SideOneDummy. Pre-order it here.

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