Published Aug 22, 2016Following "The Middle" endorsements from Frances Bean Cobain and Taylor Swift, Jimmy Eat World have revealed plans for the follow-up to 2013's Damage.
The band debuted a new single titled "Get Right" on BBC Radio 1's Rock Show last night (August 21), and in addition to unveiling the new tune, the band's Jim Adkins gave listeners a bit of insight into the next Jimmy Eat World record in a brief interview.
It's set to arrive on October 21, though the title and full details have yet to be confirmed. Adkins did note, though, that the band recorded the forthcoming full-length over the course of last November to April with M83 producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen.
Speaking about the record-making process, he called this round of recording more "spontaneous" than previous efforts.
Jimmy Eat World currently have a pair of small London shows coming up next month, but Adkins also said that the band will hopefully be embarking on a "healthy, full, extended touring pattern" after that.
Following the release of Damage, the band re-released three of their early albums —1996's Static Prevails, 1999's Clarity and 2004's Futures — with deluxe vinyl reissues in 2014.
Hear Adkins full radio conversation, as well as the brand new single "Get Right" below.