Tearjerker share "Obviously Wrong," ready Stay Wild

Toronto-based band Tearjerker will release their new album Stay Wild on July 17. The album is available for pre-order via iTunes. The band also shared the album’s first single “Obviously Wrong” which is streaming and available to share via SoundCloud. The track is also available to purchase via BandCamp.
Since 2009, the band has released two albums, an EP, a few remix projects, and a handful of singles, completely independently. The trio released the well-received Hiding EP in 2014, which featured the track “You Can,” that Pitchfork described as “a soccer chant, something huge and relentlessly simple designed to ripple out over festival masses.”
Everything, from the writing, recording, production and album artwork has come from the three of them. Tearjerker has released special edition cassettes of their albums with handmade packaging, lending a personal, tangible feel to each offering.
Their newest full-length record, Stay Wild, follows that same homemade ethic that Tearjerker is known for, and since its former label SQE closed its doors earlier in 2015, the band will be releasing the record completely independently. Just as with past releases, the guys recorded and mixed the album at home, designed all of the artwork, and the physical versions of the album will have a handcrafted touch. “It’s cool that we are able to do everything on our own,” Tearjerker’s Trevor Hawkins notes. “Mixing the album in the comforts of home allows me to pay attention to the smallest details without the worry of studio costs.”