Listen: The Woolly Mammoths share new song 'No Confidence Man' from upcoming LP
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Boston indie rock outfit The Woolly Mammoths confronts the first world problems of the 21st-century man on their new track “No Confidence Man.” The band premiered the track over at The Deli and shows off their indie/art rock-grooved infused sound. Listen to the track below. Talking about the track Connor Kennedy says “The 'no confidence man' is a male archetype that crops up in the independent music industry too frequently. He comes off as sincere and self-aware in his music but is really abusing these emotional connections to serve himself. I wrote the song through a real first person/dirt-bag-romantic lens, trying to be a bit boisterous instead of deep and melancholy.”

The new song comes from their upcoming album C I T Y Z E N’s, which comes out November 9. The LP marks their most topical with many of the songs addressing the things one must do to fully integrate themselves in society. Check out the tracklisting below.

Formed in 2014. The Woolly Mammoths features Connor Bailey, Nathan Arsenault, Connor Kennedy, Jake Lennon, and Sam Routhier. They released their EP, No Parents, in 2016 and followed it up with their album, Resist Consumerism *Buy Our Album,* the following year. Listen to those releases here and make sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates.