Jimmy Eat World release Get Right lyric video

Jimmy Eat World
Jimmy Eat World

Jimmy Eat World have released a lyric video for their single Get Right.

It’s lifted from their as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2013’s Damage, which is due out on October 21. They’ve also made the song available to download for free on their website.

Singer Jimmy Adkins, who embarked on a solo tour and released a string of singles last September, hints that the band’s year out helped their studio sessions become more organic.

He tells Radio 1: “We started recording in LA last November. Most of this was put together in a more spontaneous, breathing environment. It felt like it was a long time coming, because we didn’t do anything with the band for a solid year.”

Adkins continues: “I think it helped us get in touch with things as people. By that I mean, I think I’m in a place where I’m willing to throw away default responses to problems in life.

“I’m willing to check my ego and ask, ‘What’s the best way to approach this and solve this issue or problem?’

“I can’t wait to play the new songs for people. Record release day can’t come soon enough.”

Jimmy Eat World will play two London shows next month – at Bush Hall on September 7 and Islington Assembly Hall on September 8. Tickets are available in advance to those who pre-order the album by midnight on August 29, before being made available to the wider public on September 2.

Further release details for the album will be revealed in due course.

Jimmy Eat World tour dates 2016

Sep 07: London Bush Hall, UK
Sep 08: London Islington Assembly Hall, UK
Sep 10: Alcala De Henares Dcode Festival, Spain
Sep 12: Berlin Lido, Germany
Sep 13: Munich Ampere, Germany
Sep 14: Koln Underground, Germany
Sep 16: Chicago Riot Fest, IL
Sep 18: Toronto Urban Roots Festival, Canada
Sep 25: Las Vegas Life Is Beautiful Festival, NV

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