Stand Atlantic have released a new track "pity party" featuring Royal & The Serpent. The band also announced their new album F.E.A.R. is set for release on May 6 via Hopeless Records.

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“This song fully rocks. It was a 100% yes when I first heard it," Royal & The Serpent says in a press release. “I loved getting to be a part of this one. Blast it loud, roll the windows down, and scream your face off for a certified good time."

Stand Atlantic singer Bonnie Fraser also shared a look into the meaning behind the track, saying, “It seems everyday someone is inviting you to their ‘pity party’ – hoping you will enable or put a band-aid on them. Sometimes you gotta cut people like this out of your life as they will drag you down and it’s not until you let them go that you realize what kind of hold they may have had on you.” 

You can watch the music video for "pity party" featuring Royal & The Serpent below.

In addition, Fraser gave context into F.E.A.R., an abbreviation of "Fuck Everything And Run." “F.E.A.R. is an anti-concept album. It’s a fuck you to the conventional bullshit Hollywood-style story that musicians tell you fell out of their ass. If you think I am a creative or a visionary, I am not. I refuse to be immortalized as anything other than a collection of erratic, irrational, and oxygen-starved emotions I wrote on a page just to be able to breathe.”

F.E.A.R. tracklist:

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[Photo via Stand Atlantic][/caption]1. "doomsday"
2. "pity party" (feat. Royal & The Serpent)
3. "van gogh"
4. "dumb"
5. "hair out"
6. "deathwish" (feat. nothing,nowhere.)
7. "switchblade"
8. "nails from the back"
9. "bloodclot"
10. "don’t talk [to me]"
11. "xo"
12. "cabin fever" (feat. my literal mum)
13. "molotov [OK]"
14. "i wonder what kind of garlic bread they serve at MENSA"