In a press release, Jakob Dylan described the new song as “a conversation you could find yourself having with your muse — one where you’re asking if they’ve changed their mind or have you changed yours. Are you still in sync or have you lost touch? You’ll be needing one another — so checking on each other’s condition now and then is a good idea.”
Exit Wounds, the Wallflowers’ first album since 2012’s Glad All Over, is set for release on July 9 via New West Records. ‘Maybe Your Heart’s Not In It No More’ follows the record’s lead single, ‘Roots and Wings’, which arrived in April.