Incubus lead singer Brandon Boyd revealed some details of the band highly anticipated upcoming new album If Not Now, When? in a post on the band's website this week.
"Mildly hungover from our night on the town, we decided that it was hi-time we wrote another record," Boyd wrote on the band's website enjoyincubus.com. "It had been five years since the release of Light Grenades, our last full length offering, and we were feeling a collective itch to chase that dragon once again."
Boyd also went into detail describing some of the tracks on the album including the single "Adolescents" which he called "the most familiar sounding Incubus song on this new album."
Other tracks include "Promises, Promises" which he called the band's "homage to the pop songs of yester-morrow" and "Friends and Lovers" is "a song that I always hoped we would write." The album will also include "Tomorrow's Food," which Boyd calls "a vibrant, sonic quilt."
If Not Now, When? is due out July 12. "Adolescents" is available now for download at most digital stores.