Tigers Jaw are restless and vulnerable in the "Lemon Mouth" music video - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

Scranton emo outfit Tigers Jaw rolled out the second single, “Lemon Mouth” from their forthcoming album I Don’t Care How You’ll Remember Me.

Along with the single, the band released its music video, directed by the track’s lead vocalist Brianna Collins. With its palette of bright colors and shots cutting back and forth to Collins, the visuals emphasize the intimate vulnerability of its introspective lyrics: “My competitive nature keeps me keeping score / Tripping over my own feet / Restless when I’m bored / Time moving in dog years / I’m yellow, then I’m blue / So much overthought / It’s hard to stop once I start.”

Although a contributing vocalist throughout their discography, Collins’ vocals have been at the forefront of both the album’s singles, which features a poppier kick while maintaining heavy instrumental arrangements. Each track previews themes of reflection and forward-looking as well as an exciting new take on their sound.

I Don’t Care How You’ll Remember Me is out March via Hopeless and features production from Studio 4’s Will Yip. Check out the video for “Lemon Mouth” below.

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