Tough Age Return with 'Which Way Am I?'

Get a first taste of the new album with their song "Repose"
Tough Age Return with 'Which Way Am I?'
Toronto-based garage rockers Tough Age are back — three years out from their last release — with plans for a new record titled Which Way Am I? The band's fourth studio album arrives on August 7 via Mint Records.

According to a release, the record's two sides see both shorter runtimes that "fight against the current with frenetic agitation," and, on the flip-side, "meditative, melancholy songs [that] welcome death's sweet embrace."

The first single from the record arrives today in the form of a track called "Repose," a tune that sees bassist Penny Clark channelling Cate Le Bon, offering vocals for Jarrett Evan Samson's writing.

"'Repose' is me trying to write a song about peaceful things after all of my misery songs on the previous records," Clark said of the track in a statement. "To me, 'Repose' sounded like a calm and solitary night, so everything in that song happens at night."

Which Way Am I? follows Tough Age's 2017 studio album, Shame

Listen to "Repose" below, and check out the record's tracklisting.

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