A funky new single covering Albert Collins' 1980 track "If You Love Me Like You Say" comes from the band's upcoming full-length Let's Straighten It Out!. According to frontman Bob “Sully” Sullivan, "I've been a fan of the blues forever, artists like Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, and John Lee Hooker, but Albert wasn’t really on my radar. Then, during the making of this album, we were looking for certain songs about love and found this Albert Collins gem and it was love at first listen. Since then, I’ve become a huge fan of The Iceman, and even though we put a bit of a New Orleans spice on our version, I still wanted to bring in a player really steeped in blues to handle the guitar lead, out of respect for Albert. Fortunately, I knew a young San Diego-based blues guitar phenom, Anthony Cullins, and he came into the studio and cut the track live with us, and absolutely killed it.” Due March 11 via Belly Up Records/Blue Élan Records. the album features ten ‘60s and ‘70s soul, blues, and R&B tunes, curated by Grammy-winning producer Chris Goldsmith (Blind Boys of Alabama, Ben Harper) and tracked at Henson Recording Studio in Hollywood (formerly A&M Studios).