Rock supergroup Filthy Friends are just a little over a month out from the release of their sophomore album, Emerald Valley. The star-studded outfit — comprised of Sleater-Kinney’s Corin Tucker, R.E.M.’s Peter Buck, King Crimson’s Bill Rieflin, The Minus 5’s Scott McCaughey, and The Fastbacks’ Kurt Bloch — previously teased with lead single “Last Chance County”. Today brings a second preview in “November Man”.
As with its predecessor, the new song takes a stark look at present-day America under the bleak “leadership” of Trump. “Long skinny tie/ And hair of gold/ You made the deal/ Our future sold,” Tucker croons, her almost funereal tone accompanied by biting, razor-edged guitars.
Check it out below via the lyric video, which features an image of the White House (via Stereogum).
Additionally, the outfit has shared a new album trailer:
In related news, Tucker’s other outfit, Sleater-Kinney, is gearing up to release its own new album later this year.