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After returning last month with new music, Tulsa-based indie-pop trio Sports has shared another track, this time the gauzy, more intimate offering titled "No Pressure."

The tender cut is from the band's upcoming new record Everyone's Invited, which they're releasing on Aug. 24. The project, which follows their 2015 debut album Naked All the Time and last year's sophomore release People Can't Stop Chillin, will include the recently released single "Don't Tell Me."

According to Sports, the new record explores new sounds and it's dedicated to their late friend and manager Brian Dorsey, who passed in 2017. Some of the production was done at Sonic Ranch, near El Paso and the Mexican border. 

"The album has a lot of cowboy sounds and western nuggets. It’s our most Oklahoman sounding music yet," said singer Cale Chronister, who makes up Sports alongside brothers Jacob and Christian Theriot. "Our album art really does capture the look of Oklahoma to me, but with three silver wizards on horses. It perfectly encapsulates us in our environment." 

The new music follows the band's standout performance in March at SXSW in Austin.

Hear "No Pressure" below and listen to "Don't Tell Me" here.