Listen: Emarosa get ‘Cautious’ on latest single

With a little over a week left until the release of their fifth studio album, Emarosa has returned with yet another new song from it. On Monday (Jan. 28), the Kentucky-founded act unleashed their third single; a track titled “Cautious.”

The song, which premiered exclusively on Billboard, finds the band sticking to the poppy side of the rock genre; their goal with this new studio effort.

While speaking with the publication, lead vocalist Bradley Walden explained the lyrical inspiration behind the new song.

“Sex after heartbreak can tell you a lot about who you are,” begins Walden.

“If you move on, you move on. If you can’t move on, maybe that was love you had. When I wrote this I was just trying to navigate those feelings.”

Listen to “Cautious” above.

“Cautious” joins previously released tracks “Don’t Cry” and lead single “Givin’ Up” on Emarosa’s forthcoming studio album, Peach Club. Peach Club is due out Feb. 8 through Hopeless Records. Pre-orders for the album are still available on the band’s website.

Peach Club is the follow-up to the band’s 2016 release 131.

Even though the album has yet to be released, Emarosa has been touring nonstop behind its imminent release. The European leg of their current tour will conclude tomorrow night (Jan. 29), at Tivoli Vredenburg in the Netherlands.

After wrapping up their European tour, the act will return to the North American touring circuit for a handful of Peach Club album release shows in early February. The album release shows will include gigs in Philadelphia, Dallas, Mesa, Los Angeles, and Honolulu. Once the album is out and in the hands of fans, the group will make their way to Japan in late February for four shows.

Emarosa’s upcoming tour itinerary can be found here.

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