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Joyce Manor preview new album with wistful “Last You Heard of Me” — listen

on September 14, 2016, 1:32pm

Photo by Carlo Cavaluzzi

Joyce Manor, one of the best pop punk acts around, is less than a month away from dropping its fourth studio effort, Cody. Already we’ve heard “Fake I.D.”, the lead single from the Never Hungover Again follow-up; this week, the California outfit returns with a second preview in “Last You Heard of Me”.

A more pensive offering than its party hard predecessor, it finds lead vocalist Barry Johnson sing about a significant other: “Digging through your purse for matches when for a second our eyes meet/ And in the moment I see everything/ Start to finish, sad defeat/ Shivering /Lying naked next to you. And that’s the last you heard of me.”

Stream it up above. Cody lands in stores on October 7th via Epitaph; in support, Joyce Manor will tour the US with the Hotelier and Crying.

Cody Tracklist:
01. Fake I.D.
02. Eighteen
03. Angel In The Snow
04. Do You Really Want To Not Get Better?
05. Last You Heard Of Me
06. Make Me Dumb
07. Over Before It Began
08. Reversing Machine
09. Stairs
10. This Song Is A Mess But So Am I

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