Adult Mom Announces ‘Driver’ + Releases New Song, “Sober”

Today, Adult Mom announced the release their Epitaph Records’ first and third studio album in total, Driver, March 5 via the label.

Driver was co-produced by Stevie Knipe and Kyle Pulley (Shamir, Diet Cigarette, Kississipi), and finds Knipe delving into the emotional space that comes just after adulthood, where adulthood collapses. Think about the bills that are piling up as you get older and move further and further away from your favorite childhood memories. The record ultimately seeks to answer the ever-lingering question of “what now?” “

Over the 10 tracks through Adult Mom’s Driver, Knipe created the soundtrack to the queer romantic comedy she’s dreamed of since 2015. The record incorporates all kinds of new sound textures for the band, from synths and shakers to 2000s-inspired guitar sounds.

In addition to the album announcement, Adult Mom has released a new single titled “Sober,” which examines how people’s perceptions change and deteriorate over time, particularly as a result of a relationship that has degenerate. The single joins the previous one “Berlin”To serve as a taste of what’s to come Driver.

Listen to “Sober” below, followed by album art and tracklist.


List of tracks:

  1. Passenger
  2. Wisconsin
  3. Breathing
  4. Berlin
  5. Sober
  6. Dancing
  7. Adam
  8. regret it
  9. Verification
  10. Gel

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