Jeff Rosenstock Announces New Album ‘HELLMODE’, Releases Video for New Song ‘Doubt’

    Jeff Rosenstock has announced his next album: HELLMODE drops September 1 via Polyvinyl. New single ‘Doubt’ is out today alongside animated video made by the team behind Craig of the Creek, the Cartoon Network series for which Rosenstock provides the music. Check it out below, and scroll down for the album cover and tracklist.

    “I wanted to make an anime-inspired video that captures the feeling of dread you feel when you know you’re gonna have to deal with some bad shit, and then that bad shit ends up way worse than you had even imagined,” Rosenstock explained in a statement. “I’ve also always wanted to make a video with some of the ridiculously talented artists at Craig of the Creek. We met up at Tony’s Darts Away in Burbank – which I feel obliged to shout out because they didn’t kick us out even though five of us sat outside there for about 3 hours and ordered one pretzel and one coffee in total. Everyone started throwing ideas around and pretty quickly, Najja, Dashawn & Deena started sketching out their storyboards right there at the bar. Soon enough a tiny animation pipeline was formed with Cory and Jon and poof boom bang uh-oh video happened. It was pretty incredible to see it all come together!”

    HELLMODE, which follows 2020’s NO DREAM and its 2021 companion SKA DREAM, will include the previously released single ‘Liked U Better’. “To me, the album feels like the chaos of being alive right now,” Rosestock reflected. “We’re experiencing all these things at the same time that trigger our senses, and emotions that make us feel terrible. We’re just feeling way too much all at once!”

    HELLMODE Cover Artwork:

    LLMODE Tracklist:

    1. WILL U STILL U
    2. HEAD
    3. LIKED U BETTER
    4. DOUBT
    5. FUTURE IS DUMB
    6. SOFT LIVING
    7. HEALMODE
    8. LIFE ADMIN
    9. I WANNA BE WRONG
    10. GRAVEYARD SONG
    11. 3 SUMMERS

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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