The Beths will return with their sophomore album Jump Rope Gazers on July 10th via Carpark Records. They already shared the album’s lead single “Dying to Believe” and today saw them return with the second single, “I’m Not Getting Excited.”

The track is an urgent one about imposter system that captures that urgent sense of energy that hits particularly hard for them but expertly woven in with their charming sound that feels like the necessary antidote that we need during this weird timeline.

Find a bit about the track from the band’s Elizabeth Stokes posted below:

People always ask ‘are you excited!?’ and it’s a fair question, because exciting things do happen to us sometimes. Support slots, overseas tours, music releases. Stuff we’ve dreamed about for years. So the correct answer is always ‘yes.’ But the truth is that deep down there’s a tiny Liz saying, ‘don’t get excited.’ She is certain that anything good that could happen will most likely not happen, because of a freak accident. Or because somebody finally realises that we aren’t worthy, shouts ‘phony!’ and takes everything away. I wrote ‘I’m Not Getting Excited’ last year, well before everything really did get taken away. From everyone. It feels like the song has a new context, but we don’t know what it is yet. And now we all share a blurry, uncertain future.

Find the music video for “I’m Not Getting Excited” available to watch below.

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