Maya Fuhr

The Darcys have confirmed a release date for their next album, which they had been teasing for several weeks. 

On Friday, they announced their new record, titled Fear & Loneliness, will arrive Nov. 13 via The Darcys Inc./Warner Music. And coinciding with the news, the duo made up of Jason Couse and Wes Marskell have shared "Off the Deep," their second single in as many months.

"'Off the Deep' is about embracing the unknown and diving into uncertain waters," says Couse. "This ‘no risk, no reward’ motto speaks to the larger narrative arc of Fear & Loneliness and the desire to keep pushing ourselves as artists. We wanted to create a playful sonic space where a hypnotic flute sample keeps the energy afloat while the heavier themes lurk just beneath the surface.”

The pulsating new track follows their single "Look Me in the Eyes," which was released last month. As we previously mentioned, Couse and Marskell are originally from Toronto but their recent move to Los Angeles heavily inspired themes throughout the upcoming record.

Hear "Off the Deep" below.