My Morning Jacket shared another new single, “Complex”, on Friday. This latest track comes ahead of the release of a new studio LP, My Morning Jacket, out on October 22nd via ATO Records.
Compared to other previously released MMJ singles “Regularly Scheduled Programming” and “Love Love Love“, “Complex” carries a bit more bite. Anchored by a distorted guitar riff, the song is a natural stadium rocker as frontman Jim James apathetically belts out “Eh, you get what pay for/Eh, what are you waitin’ for?!” With a roaring guitar solo, “Complex” was tailor-made for the stage, though the song has yet to be performed live.
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My Morning Jacket marks the Louisville, KY-bred psy-pop rocker’s first studio LP in six years. Last year, the band released The Waterfall II, comprised of songs originally recorded during the sessions for 2015’s The Waterfall. The band’s rebirth has also seen its first headlining U.S. tour in five years. My Morning Jacket is set to perform at the Alabama Theater in Birmingham on October 29th.
Listen to My Morning Jacket’s newest single “Complex”, and visit the band’s website for tickets and a full list of tour dates. My Morning Jacket is available here for pre-order.
My Morning Jacket — “Complex”
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