Worriers | photo by Jake Cunningham | courtesy of the artist

The release of Worriers‘ upcoming LP Survival Pop is just a few weeks away, and the anticipation is building as the band shares the album’s third single, called “Gaslighter.” The Philly punks recently moved to town via Brooklyn, and we’re so glad they did — it’s always great to be able to say that one of our up-and-coming favorite bands is from our hometown. Even better, Lauren Dinitzio and crew are bringing their new tunes to Johnny Brenda’s for a record release show on Nov. 3. They’ll be joined by fellow Philly acts Thin Lips and Katie Ellen for the celebratory show.

“Gaslighter” follows the first two Survival Pop offerings, “Future Me” and “The Possibility,” which we shared with you over the last few months. Like the other tracks, “Gaslighter” embraces a theme of overcoming hardship — an anthemic tribute to Dinitzio’s past and how they’ve come out on top. “I just wanna be alone sometimes,” Dinitzio repeats, an assertion of the strength they’ve found within themselves.

Survival Pop is out Sept. 29 on SideOneDummy Records. Read The Key’s interview with Worriers’ Lauren Dinitzio here, listen to “Gaslighter” below, and find more information on the Johnny Brenda’s show on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Survival Pop tracklisting:

My 85th Rodeo
Not Your Type
The Possibility
What We’re Up Against
Future Me
Self Esteemed
No Thanks
Glutton (Reprise)
WTF Is Sleep?
Best Fear / Worst Fantasy
Open Heart