The new release is tied together via an 11-minute short film, also titled Sweat, which you can watch below – let us know what you think in the comments.
“The film is a story about this functioning identity crisis and expectations on how we’re supposed to be in a public place,” says frontman Tyson Ritter.
“Every song was its own unique experience in terms of having the band find itself,” the vocalist adds. “It felt as though our identity crisis was over, and we got to take this back.”
Get a physical copy of Sweat at this link, on iTunes here, and stream it on Spotify at this link.