Thrice has just released their second song “Black Honey” from their forthcoming album, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere. This album comes after almost a five-year lapse since they dropped Major/Minor in 2011.

In fact, “Black Honey” was one of the first songs the band wrote when they got back together, vocalist and guitarist Dustin Kensrue told NPR. Listen above as Thrice rocks out between each mournful verse.

Fuse recently spoke with the band about the upcoming new album:

"It's very different from Major/Minor or Beggars, but I feel like it's not this giant move. It feels comfortable for us, not in a lazy way, but like, "Yes, this is who we are, this is what we're playing." The next record will probably sound different, because we hate doing the same thing twice."

With songs like “Black Honey” and “Blood on the Sand,” fans will be anxiously awaiting the release of To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowehere on May 27.