The Griswolds Return with ‘High Times For Low Lives’


Australian alt-rock band The Griswolds have returned with a few tricks up their sleeve in their second album, High Times for Low Lives, set for a Nov. 11 release. From a collaboration with rapper-singer Lizzo to a cover of RiRi's "James Joint" we're dying to hear, this tropical electro-pop album with R&B and soul elements is easily going to make our weekend party playlist.

Earlier today, the band treated us to some new music by dropping their title track exclusively on Entertainment Weekly. In their latest release, the wild bunch steps away from their punchy pop single "Out Of My Head" to create a breathy, vulnerable dream. 

Frontman Chris Whitefall told EW that "[the song] is about realizing what's broken, and understanding that it doesn't have to be that way." The new track will be available tomorrow, alongside the album pre-order. 

With their first single racking in over 800,000 streams on Spotify, we're keeping a close eye on these guys. While we're waiting for the full album, enjoy "Out Of My Head" below.