On the heels of being dropped from Warner Bros. Records -- and subsequently rejoicing in their major label departure -- Jeff the Brotherhood and their new home, Infinity Cat, have shared a gnarly new track, “Black Cherry Pie.” Spin it in the audio player below.

As soon as you think you have a grasp on Jeff the Brotherhood’s grungy, thick new tune, the Nashvillian duo tosses in what we can only describe as a jazz flute -- and somehow (though not surprisingly), they make it work.

Opening with the line, “Heard the world is turning into a giant ball of s--- / What are we supposed to do / We could all get in my van and drive it off a cliff / We could make my dreams come true,” it's easy to imagine the brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall singing about their tumultuous relationship with Warner Bros., though that's just speculation on our part.

Jeff the Brotherhood's next LP, Wasted on the Dream, is set for release on March 24. You can get details on the disc -- as well as pre-order it -- here.