Worry Club shares the laidback sound of ‘Work Out’

The new outing follows the Billie Eilish-acclaimed 'Japanese'

The new outing follows the Billie Eilish-acclaimed ‘Japanese’

Worry Club returns with the laidback indie rock of ‘Work Out’. The new single follows in the wake of the Billie Eilish-acclaimed track ‘Japanese’.

The project of Chicagoan native Chase Walsh, Worry Club has become known for its sentimental, 90s-tinged indie rock. Catching audible earmarks with the likes of Smashing Pumpkins, ‘Work Out’ strikes a slacker rhythm and musing tone with its sombre guitar and understated vocal. It’s a concoction that provides earnest and relatable results.

“‘Work Out’ is a song about the uncomfortable situation you find yourself in after a one night stand and the awkward conversation that ensues the next morning,” shares Walsh of the track. “The song zeros in on that next day, how I keep going over it in my head and later always seem to regret the decision I made.”

‘Work Out’ is available now via Future Gods.