Nashville rockers Better Off are streaming a second taste of their upcoming Equal Vision Records release, titled Milk. USA Today College has the premiere of “Dresser Drawer,” a track that—much like the previously released lead single—brings to mind Your Favorite Weapon-era Brand New, in a great way. Vocalist Luke Granered tells USA Today, “Lyrically, this is a love song. But to avoid the cheesiness and corniness of it being a love song, it uses suicide as a metaphor. Love can be in dark places and I think that’s something special when it gets discovered.”

Read more: Better Off announce new album Milk on Equal Vision—stream “Whatever, I Don’t Care”

You can stream the poignant and energetic “Dresser Drawer” below. You can of course choose not to, but you'd be better off if you did (heh). You can also find the band's upcoming tour dates with the Early November and Bayside below.

Milk is due out on September 11 through Equal Vision Records. Pre-orders are ongoing.

Better Off w/ The Early November 
August 24: Greensboro, N.C. at Greene Street 
August 25: Nashville, Tenn. at The End 
August 27: Shawnee, Kans. at Aftershock 
 
Better Off w/ Bayside, The Early November 
August 31: Sacramento, Calif. at Ace of Spades 
September 1: Oakland,Calif. at Oakland Metro 
September 2: Anaheim,Calif. at House of Blues 
September 3: Tucson, Ariz. at The Rock 
September 4: El Paso, Texas at Tricky Falls 
September 5: Austin, Texas at The Mohawk 
September 6: Little Rock, Ariz. at Juanita’s 
September 8: Des Moines, Iowa at Wooly’s 
September 9: Madison, Wis. at Majestic Theatre 
September 10: Minneapolis, Minn. at Varsity Theater 
September 13: Grand Rapids, Mich. at The Intersection 
September 15: Cincinnati, Ohio at Bogart’s 
September 16: Pittsburgh, Penn. at Altar Bar 
September 17: New Haven, Conn. at Toad’s Place 
September 18: Rochester, N.Y. at Anthology