Stream Twenty First Century Fox’s new album, Yr Welcome, a week early

Yr Welcome, the second full-length record from Twenty First Century Fox, still contains the core sensibilities of their brand of experimental pop-rock from the first record, but it opens up a few new creative avenues. “Shark Week” is a surf-rock freakout, “Sgt. Peppers” is a psychedelic trip and “Snakes Don’t Do This” is a stormy, post-rock Slint-style song — all of which add different angles to their moody, but catchy sound. And I’m not quite sure how to categorize or describe the album’s last song, “Nothin’ But Net” — which includes everything described above … plus riot grrrl and hip-hop elements … plus a verse from Howell Dawdy … plus snarky sports references — I just know that you should listen to it. Yr Welcome will be released Friday, Aug. 26 on Gubbey Records with a release party also scheduled at Zanzabar that night.