Plain White T’s have shared details of their forthcoming self-titled album, and are warning of ‘Red Flags’ on their latest single.
‘Red Flags’ has been released to mark the announcement of the band’s forthcoming self-titled album, which arrives November 17 via Fearless Records.
In a true, diaristic fashion it examines the warning signs found in a love interest and arrives with a video which perfectly captures this sentiment – have a watch and a listen below.
Describing where the song originated from, Plain White T’s frontman Tom Higgenson has explained:
“I was dating someone and it was going so well but in some instances, I was like, ‘Wait does this girl really care? Is she giving me the signals that this is not working?’
“Sometimes you get so lost in love and all the good things you ignore the bad things and that’s what ‘Red Flags’ is.”
“I’m day dreaming about her but there are all these red flags that I am ignoring.”
Discussing the sound of the album, too, and how it it all came together in the band’s signature style, the singer added:
“We were trying to hark back to sounds we’ve used in the past with a freshness.
“This one came from a really authentic place of understanding who we are and what we do. I’m more excited than I’ve been in a long time.
“As musicians, we’re always trying to outdo ourselves or go somewhere we haven’t gone before. Somehow, we figured out how to go to a fresh spot and still sound like Plain White T’s”
Check out the ‘Plain White T’s’ album artwork and tracklisting below.
Would You Even
You Plus Me
A Little Less Alone
Someone’s Out There Waiting
Girl From Pasadena
Love Keeps Growing
Feeling (More Like) Myself