Better Off Announce New Album ‘Milk,’ Stream “Whatever, I Don’t Care”

Better Off

Better Off have spent most of their career flying under the emo radar. Their debut (I Think) I’m Leaving garnered some love from the in-tune blogger universe and their two-track 2014 7-inch Meth Head kept the fire burning with relatively little fanfare outside of the band’s established fanbase. That all changes with the band’s highly-anticipated sophomore album, Milk, due out on September 11 via Equal Vision Records. You can stream the first single, “Whatever, I Don’t Care,” right now.

Immediately, the biggest improvement over previous material on display in “Whatever” is the production value. If you’re anything like me and the band’s recording quality has been a deal breaker in the past, you should find this song much more enjoyable. The track also features an excellent chorus and a grungy instrumental not far off from the sounds found on Mansions’ Doom Loop.

Judge the song for yourself below and make sure to pick up one of the enticing pre-order bundles, on sale here.

John Bazley

John Bazley was raised in central New Jersey by the romantic aura of the Asbury Park beachfront, punk rock, and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4. He is still trying to figure all of this stuff out.

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  • Brian Lion

    That YFW Brand New chorus though, right?