With Confidence have dropped another track from their upcoming album, Love and Loathing, out August 10th. The new track, 'Jaded', explores how you can't make someone love you, and all of the '“tangled hurt, confusion, and self-loathing we feel as consequence,” says vocalist and bassist Jayden Seeley.
'Jaded' isn't the first track from the new album the band have released, with 'That Something' being dropped last month. Love and Loathing was produced by Mike Green (All Time Low, Paramore), and covers subjects such as first loves, blistering breakups, and everything in-between.
According to frontman Seeley, the final themes weren’t clear until they had finished most of the songs. “There's a looming relationship with loathing, mostly about the concept of self-loathing,” he explains. “That period before getting into a relationship is very introspective—you’re trying to be a better person, but a lot of how that happens is because people are really hard on [themselves]. That ties back to love just as strongly, because in the relationship, you want to keep being better, in every way."
Love and Loathing is now available for pre-order at www.withconfidencemusic.com. It will be out August 10th via Hopeless Records.
Love and Loathing track list:
1. That Something
2. Sing To Me
3. Moving Boxes
4. The Turnaround
9. Pâquerette (Without Me)