As if we needed another reason to look forward to October, Can't Swim have announced their brand new EP Foreign Language set to debut next month.

To top off the announcement, the band have premiered a new song and video from the forthcoming record.

Check out the details below!

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Foreign Language will be released via Pure Noise Records Oct. 11, highlighting a change in direction for the band.

"Foreign Language is a record that I felt necessary to put out,” vocalist Chris LoPorto explains.“These events in my life that I had never touched on in previous material, that I never had the right words for, finally made sense in the time we are living in now. To be able to write music honestly and to be transparent with our agenda, has always been the goal and ‘Foreign Language’ is the best interpretation of that yet.

"It is very easy to fall under criticism and do what you 'think' you should do with your art–if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it–and while I too am a victim of these tropes and have hit roadblocks creativity because of the pressure, I can proudly say that this release came so naturally and organically, playing to our strengths but also letting the mistakes and mishaps have their place on the recordings.”

Now, fans can check out the new track "Filthy Rich" featuring Trash Talk's Spencer Pollard.

"Money makes people do awful things," LoPorto says of the track. "It can turn friends into enemies and family members into distant strangers. The song is about feeling manipulated, used, and taken advantage of by someone who is close to you. The bridge always felt a bit empty and uninteresting in the demo stage to me but luckily my good friend Spencer Pollard, whose band Trash Talk I briefly played in years ago, was in town and came by the studio to sing on the song. After that, it finally felt complete."

Check out the new jam from Can't Swim below!

"Filthy Rich" Lyrics:

I plead the 5th
it’s all I could do
you left a trace
I signed the bill
and covered your name
oh, what a waste
is blood really thicker than the water you drink?
and was I your first choice or did you have to think?
swearing on the book, you didn’t know it was wrong
well it made you filthy rich, I guess you knew all along
your god complex, I’m not impressed
I saw what you became

I can play the perfect part in your game
(hey man what's really going on here?)
it’s not my place to critique any words that you say
(I’m not sure but it’s really seeming unclear)
the power of the pen is mightier than the sword: an arms race
but don’t you stick your fucking check in my face

think about it, could it be you?
if the tables were to turn,
would you know what to do?
looked me in the eyes, stabbed me right in the back
I was in the courtroom while you were counting your stacks
your god complex, I’m not impressed
I saw what you became

obviously running out of patience
let’s just face it
tables turned I know you couldn’t take it
let’s just face it

we’re relatives, but we can’t relate
I’m nothing like you and I never will be
burn in hell 

On top of Pollard's contribution, fans can expect to hear Adam Lazzarra of Taking Back Sunday, Frank Carter, and Drew Dijorio of Stray From the Path on the EP.

The 6-track EP is currently available for preorder, here.

Foreign Language Tracklisting:

1. Foreign Language (feat. Adam Lazzarra)
2. Filthy Rich (feat. Spencer Pollard)
4. Power (feat. Frank Carter)
5. Sour (feat. Drew Dijorio)
6. Prick

Can't Swim will be touring throughout the remainder of 2019. You can catch them at the cities and dates listed below and snag your tickets here.

 Can't Swim Dates w/Enter Shikari:

September 20–Austin, TX @ Barracuda
September 21–Dallas, TX @ Deep Ellum Art Company
September 23–Nashville, TN @ The Basement East
September 24–Atlanta, GA @ The Loft at Center Stage
September 26–Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
September 27–Worcester, MA @ Palladium
September 28–Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus
September 29–Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore
September 30–New York, NY @ The Bowery Ballroom

October 2–Ottawa, Canada @ Mavericks
October 3–Toronto, Canada @ Mod Club Theatre
October 4–Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot Ballroom
October 5–Grand Rapids, MI @ Pyramid Scheme
October 7–Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
October 12–San Bernardino, CA @ Self Help Festival

w/ A Day To Remember, I Prevail, Beartooth

October 15–Boise, ID @ Century Link Arena
October 16–West Valley City, UT @ USANA Amphitheatre
October 17–Denver, CO @ Fillmore Auditorium
October 19–Lubbock, TX @ Lonestar Amphitheater
October 21–Irving, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
October 22–Houston, TX @ NRG Arena
October 23–Corpus Christi, TX @ Concrete Street Amphitheater
October 25–Saint Charles, MO @ The Family Arena
October 26–Chicago, IL @ Credit Union 1 Arena
October 27–Minneapolis, MN @ The Armory
October 29–Fargo, ND @ Scheels Arena
October 30–Des Moines, IA @ Wells Fargo Arena
October 31–Impendence, MO @ Silverstein Eye Centers Arena

November 2–Pittsburgh, PA @ Peterson Events Center
November 3–Fairfax, VA @ EagleBank Arena
November 5–Laval, Canada @ Place Bell
November 7–Reading, PA @ Santander Arena
November 8–Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
November 9–Glens Falls, NY @ Cool Insuring Arena
November 10–Trenton, NJ @ CURE Insurance Arena
November 12–Syracuse, NY @ The Oncenter War Memorial Arena
November 14–Fort Wayne, IN @ Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
November 15–Cuyahoga County, OH @ Wolstein Center at CSU
November 16–Ypsilanti, MI @ Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center
November 17–Huntington, WV @ Big Sandy Superstore Arena
November 19–New York, NY @ Terminal 5
November 21–Duluth, GA @ Infinite Energy Center
November 22–Nashville, TN @ Nashville Municipal Auditorium
November 23–Fayetteville, NC @ The Crown Theater

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