Anberlin teamed up with USA Today to premiere their latest track, “Atonement,” off their final album, lowborn, and you can check it out here:

For lowborn, each musician wrote and recorded their parts individually with separate producers they each selected. Lowborn will be the band’s seventh and final full-length album, released on Tooth and Nail, the first record label to which they were signed.

Guitarist Christian McAlhaney commented:

I wanted to enjoy the creative process one more time, with no restrictions, no one breathing down my neck for a single. Just unadulterated creative freedom.

Be sure to get your copy of lowborn when it launches July 22nd and check out Anberlin live on the Vans Warped Tour 2014 and their Farewell Tour.

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