Getting ready to kick off day one of their upcoming tour with Every Time I Die and Wage War, everybody’s favorite rock n’ roll two-piece ‘68 have just dropped a gritty new track dubbed “The Workers Are Few” from their forthcoming full-length Two Parts Viper.
Weighing in a bit more on the emotional side as compared to their funky and fresh lead single “This Life Is Old, New, Borrowed And Blue,” 68′s latest highlights a different side of vocalist/guitarist Josh Scogin.
“This was one of the last songs I wrote for the album,” says Scogin. “Although the lyrics are very negative, this song makes me smile because it is unlike anything I have ever written before. That’s always a good feeling. It is very therapeutic.”
To check out the less chaotic but more impassioned track, be sure to look below. Afterwards, make sure to grab tickets to see ‘68 out on tour and pre-order Two Parts Viper before it hits stores June 11th here.