Credit: Band of HorsesPacific Northwest reverb-rockers Band of Horses made one of those fancy movie trailer-esque new album teasers all the kids are into these days, announcing three major bullet points – a.) a September drop date, b.) Glyn Johns production credits and c.) a minute-clip of a new single dubbed “Dumpster World.” Maybe they’ll tell us d.) the album title soon. But for now, what we have of their forthcoming fourth effort here is some slow-mo footage of a mountain river and an Americana strummer turned classic BoH arena-howler with a rousing chorus about being “happy living in a dumpster world,” Ben Bidwell’s overdubbed shrill howling a rousing follow-up, “break out everybody in the jail, let’s get it on!” Couple questions here: What do you think jail looks like in the dumpster world? If this character is so happy with his peeps in jail in the dumpster world, why break out? Dig on the bigger lyric picture that we transcribed out during the rest of the minute and chime in:

 

I love you
Let’s marry when the time is right
Whenever you like, well
Say a prayer for all the people that died
Say another for me once in a while
I hit rock bottom
I’m getting old
I was really hoping that the modern world…

 

I’m happy living in a dumpster world
Break out everybody in the jail, let’s get it on!