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Stream 311's new single, 'Five of Everything'

Alternative rockers 311 have finally released a new song from their upcoming studio album, Stereolithic.


On Tuesday afternoon, KROQ DJ Ted Stryker premiered "Five of Everything" as his daily 4:20 jam, unleashing the song to the masses.

You can stream the song right now at the link atop this post.

Stereolithic, 311's eleventh album, will be released on March 11 - a.k.a. 311 Day. The band will celebrate with its biennial 311 Day concert in New Orleans, Louisiana. this marks the first time in the band's 20+ year career that they've been able to release a new record on 3/11, so it's probably safe to assume they're particular proud of this album.

Judging by "Five of Everything", fans may be in for a familiar and welcome sound with the 14 other songs that will be on the album. The fast pace and upbeat rhythms of "Five of Everything" calls to mind some of the band's output from 1999's Soundsystem and 2001's From Chaos, at least as far as Tim Mahoney's guitar riffs and S.A. Martinez's rap vocals are concerned.

Fans can pre-order the album in a variety of different ways at 311's Pledge Music page - click here for more information on that.

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