Dubbed “Kool,” the band calls the song “the love child of everything we’re into musically”. “There’s rock’n’roll guitars, heavy drums, and a crazy, catchy, pop-inspired vocal melody on top,” the band explains. “It’s a fun, anthemic song about having a crush on someone, and wanting them to know how ‘kool’ you think they are.”
The song comes with a Y2K-inspired music video directed by Sydney Ostrander. In the video singer Edith Victoria flips through teeny-bopper magazines in her room covered in posters of her favorite pop stars. Watch it below.
Both “Kool” and the previously released single “Say It To My Face” can be found on Meet Me @ The Altar’s debut album Past // Present // Future, which arrives March 10th via Fueled By Ramen. Pre-orders can be found here.