With their debut album hitting the streets next week, Pins continue to tease fans, now releasing another new track off Wild Nights, "Molly."

For fans of the Manchester, England-based quartet, the melody of "Molly" strikes you as a cross between the first two tracks the band previously released, "Young Girls" and "Too Little Too Late." However, this has an old-school rock and roll twang with dreamy guitars that make it perfect for your beach party soundtrack. There is a dark side to the lyrics, though, that talk about a girl named Molly who seems good but really isn't what she seems.

"Wild nights in the kitchen / Oh won't you hold me / Wild nights, it looks different / She won't let me be / You are the perfect storm / You're where I belong / You look alright / But you're all wrong," they sing.

What will really grab the listener is the care that they take in crafting the song itself. Between the drone-like instrumental interlude and the four-part harmony that sounds flawless right after the musical break, there is an impeccable attention to the creation of this tune that fans will likely appreciate.

"Molly" is the latest track off Pins' upcoming debut album, Wild Nights, which will be released on June 2 via Bella Union. The U.K. rock foursome will be heading out on tour in the U.S. starting on June 13 at Rough Trade in Brooklyn. You can find their full tour schedule here.