Ahead of their upcoming record, Flower of Devotion, Chicago post-punk trio Dehd have released another melancholic single. "Month," while being utterly catchy instrumentally, sees the band exploring "the cyclical nature of memory and how our relationship with a particular time changes through the years," as guitarist Jason Balla says.

Though it was written and completed long before the pandemic, this track's release in this moment proves to be ultimately fitting noting the current climate in which days blend together and the passing of time is truly warped. It's sure that we'll collectively always remember this time for a variety of reasons, whether for the "never-ending new summer feeling" that Dehd describes or for the trauma its created. Regardless, this track is yet another remarkable single. You can watch the video, directed by Cal Fish and made entirely in quarantine, below.

"Month" follows their previous single, "Flood," which describes the overwhelming outpour of emotion that comes with falling in love. You can watch the track's official music video below as well.

Flower of Devotion is out July 17 via Fire Talk Records.