Anberlin released their new track, “Hearing Voices,” on iTunes today and fans can download it instantly with all iTunes preorders of the upcoming album, which has been pushed back. Lowborn is now set to drop July 22, so there’s no time like the present to get yourself a copy in advance. The band stated:

“Due to some circumstances completely out of our control, and some rather unpleasant aspects of this crazy music business, the release date for Lowborn has been moved and is now July 22. We are very, very sorry, but hopefully we can make it up to everyone somehow. Luckily, it’s only one month later.”

Check out “Hearing Voices” here.

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