The Skinny: Nashville, TN’s Better Off will release their sophomore full-length Milk, on September 11, via Equal Vision Records. The album was produced by Arun Bali (of Saves The Day), engineered/mixed by Matt McClellan (Being As An Ocean, Better Off), and mastered by Kris Crummett (The Early November, The Story So Far).

Milk, as a whole, is basically a landmark of maturation and solidarity for us as a band,” shares Better Off vocalist/guitarist Luke Granered. “We went in knowing what we wanted the record to sound like and not caring if it fit in with any group of bands specifically, which can be a serious setback sometimes creatively speaking. Big guitar sounds, hooky choruses, guitar solos. We just wanted it to be a rock record, and something we could enjoy playing for a very long time.”

Of the song, Granered reveals, “‘Whatever, I Don’t Care’ is about a generation of Internet activists that are ready to be mad at anything in a moment’s notice, and are ready to tear each other apart by any means necessary. But only if it’s not in person, because what they are passionate about tends to be forgotten when they log off. Typically, the focus of the anger is misplaced and unnecessary.”

Milk Track Listing:

01. Empty Handed
02. Dresser Drawer
03. Suicide Island
04. This Day Will Never End
05. Unhappy
06. You’re Alright
07. Interlude
08. Whatever, I Don’t Care
09. A Lesson In Loving
10. Bella Disorder
11. Spinning
12. Mary In Chains
13. Myself In A Pill

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