Boston chill-psych act Quilt are gearing up to release their third record Plaza and have just dropped a new tune off the the upcoming record. Titled “Roller” the track features the vocals of Anna Fox Rochinski singing lines like “How can you believe that everyone you meet is just here to entertain you? But honey you’ve been at my throat about it.” Lyrically the song focuses being frustrated with others and the concept of being a “roller,” which Rochinski describes as…

“a sensation that lies somewhere between claiming strength for yourself but also hiding to protect yourself from the human bullsh*t of the world. Ultimately, it’s a rumination on seeking peace through isolation”

Listen to the rolling track above.

Plaza comes out February 26th on Mexican Summer. Pre-order a physical copy here or grab the digital at iTunes here. You can also catch Quilt live at one of the dates below.

Tour Dates
Feb 26 Boston, MA @ Museum of Fine Arts^
Mar 2 Brooklyn, NY @ Baby’s All Right^
Mar 4 Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s
Mar 5 Washington, DC @ DC9
Mar 6 Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle
Mar 8 Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
Mar 12 Marfa, TX @ Marfa Myths
Mar 19 San Diego, CA @ The Hideout
Mar 22 Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
Mar 23 San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
Mar 25 Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios
Mar 26 Seattle, WA @ The Sunset
Mar 27 Boise, ID @ Treefort Music Fest
Mar 29 Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge
Mar 31 Omaha, NE @ Reverb
Apr 1 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
Apr 2 Madison, WI @ The Frequency
Apr 5 Iowa City @ Mission Creek Festival
Apr 6 Chicago IL @ Schubas Tavern
Apr 7 Lakewood, OH @ Mahall’s 20 Lanes
Apr 8 Toronto, ON @ The Drake Hotel
Apr 9 Montreal, QC @ Divan Orange

^ Record release show