Calling Chicago home, indie pop rockers AyOH are gearing up to unveil their second EP, 'Dangerous Questions,' in February. Ahead of its release, Diffuser is thrilled to give fans a taste of what to expect with today's (Jan. 20) premiere of 'Shakedown' -- stream it in the audio player below.

Aside from the instantly catchy rhythm of 'Shakedown,' the song features powerfully relevant lyrics that everyone can relate to. "She's crying on the telephone / Weighed down by student loans / She says, 'Now I know why they occupy out on the street,'" frontman Avi Dell sings.

"We're incredibly excited to finally release this EP to the world," the band tells us. "It's been a huge labor of love. The process has seen us through some tough times and every bit of the music is a testament to the brotherhood we've built."

'Shakedown' will no doubt turn into an AyOH's 2015 anthem, along with the six other tracks featured on 'Dangerous Questions.' The EP is set for release on Feb. 24 -- to get more information the disc, and stay up-to-date with everything happening in the band's world, check out their official website here.