Today, during an interview with BBC Radio One host Zane Lowe, Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor debuted "Everything," a New Wave-leaning track from the band's upcoming album, Hesitation Marks (out September 3rd on Columbia). The song is currently streaming over at NPR.
"Everything" finds Reznor and company in surprisingly upbeat territory. "I refuse to bend or break," Reznor sings over polished guitars and synths. "I am home, I am free."
Last week, the band released "Copy of A," the second single from Hesitation Marks, as a digital download. Reznor says the "sparse and minimal" new album was influenced by the band's acclaimed 1994 disc The Downward Spiral.
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This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Nine Inch Nails Debut Another New Song, 'Everything'