The single — which is named after what Mangan believes to be the most overused word in politics — includes two previously unheard cuts. The A-side is an Oh Fortune outtake called "We Want to Be Pleasantly Surprised, Not Expectedly Let Down," while the flip is a cover of Yukon Blonde's "Stairway."
In an email to fans, Mangan wrote that the A-side was left off Oh Fortune because "it didn't suit the rest of the record, and would have stuck out like a sore thumb."
He added, "The song is about the constant battle between our desire/need to have hope and optimism for humanity and the reality that we have a tendency to fall short in civil compassion."
As for the B-side, Mangan wrote, "I had a late night insomnia-inspired notion that I could cover a Yukon Blonde song and do it justice... I recorded the song really quickly with one take of each instrument (notice the shaky vocals) and then whipped up a little YouTube video to go with it."
Listen to both songs below. You'll be able to buy a vinyl copy at shows or purchase it digitally on the release date.