It's not often that punk bands get a chance to flex their pop smarts. But even the most ferocious live performers like to get in tune once in a while. Like the Portland, Ore., by way of Scranton, Pa., band Lee Corey Oswald.

Listen to the big, bad hook in the chorus that helps drive 'Snowglobe.' You can listen to an exclusive premiere of the song here:

“The song is about being head over heels for someone, yet having personal insecurities get in the way of thoroughly communicating these feelings,” says the band’s Lee Ellis. “It's about hoping that the other person thinks you're good enough for her or him.”

The song comes from Lee Corey Oswald's upcoming album, 'Regards,' which will be released on Aug. 5. It's available for pre-order now.