You’ve already heard “Catch My Drift,” the first teaser from Jordana‘s May 20th full-length Face The Wall. Today she’s back with “Pressure Point,” a spare pop song a la Charli XCX or Caroline Polacheck, featuring a spindly guitar beneath an electronic drumbeat, as Jordana narrates her way out of a panic attack. Written with Cameron Hale, who Jordana co-produced the album with, and MICHELLE’s Charlie Kilgore, “‘Pressure Point’ is about acknowledging limits and knowing when it’s time to stop,” says Jordana. “The entirety of Pressure Point is talking yourself out of an anxiety attack. It’s a personal song about smoking weed and becoming too anxious to function normally — overthinking every inch of your surroundings and everything going on in your head all at once.” Watch the Luke Orlando-directed (Orville Peck, Magdalena Bay) video above.
And don’t forget to check the tour section for all of her dates, supporting Wallows in May, headlining across the US with Harry Teardrop in June, and hitting her first festival at Firefly in July.
Face The Wall is available for pre-order across a ton of different formats now.