Jimmy Eat World tease new album and share new single ‘Get Right’ – listen

The band will play two intimate London shows next month

Jimmy Eat World have teased their new album and shared the first track from it, ‘Get Right’.

The record will be the Arizonan band’s ninth studio release, following up 2013’s ‘Damage’. The as-yet-untitled album will be released on October 21.

Frontman Jim Adkins told BBC Radio 1 Rock Show host Daniel P. Carter the group had worked with producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen on the record. Meldal-Johnsen has worked with Beck, Nine Inch Nails and M83 in the past.


Watch the lyric video for ‘Get Right’ below.

Adkins, as Billboard reports, said the band would play two “exclusive” London shows. Further tour plans will be announced soon.

Jimmy Eat World will play:

London, Bush Hall (September 7)
London, Islington Assembly Hall (8)



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