Harkening the best sounds from the '90s alternative scene, and with their own spin on things, WATERS' upcoming EP, 'It All Might Be OK,' is chock full of robust rock and roll. Ahead of its release, Diffuser has partnered with the California quintet to give fans a preview of the entire album. Stream it in the audio player below.

Opening with the very powerful 'Got to My Head,' the EP never slows down and will likely leave listeners wanting more than just four tracks. But that's OK since it's is just a taste of what's to come from the band.

"Before we started recording the songs that are on 'It All Might Be OK,' I knew I wanted to make a big rock record that reminded me of the music that made me fall in love with rock and roll in the first place," frontman Van tells us. "Now that we've been working on this new material for almost two years, we're so happy to share this preview of our upcoming full-length record."

'It All Might Be OK' hits the streets on Oct. 14 via Vagrant. Get details on the EP here, and check out their massive North American tour below.

WATERS 2014 North American Tour
Oct. 14: Kilby Court -- Salt Lake City, Utah
Oct. 16: Bluebird Theater -- Denver, Colo.
Oct. 19: Varsity Theater -- Minneapolis, Minn.
Oct. 21: Newport Music Hall -- Columbus, Ohio
Oct. 22: St. Andrews Hall -- Detroit, Mich.
Oct. 24: The Opera House -- Toronto, Canada
Oct. 25: Cabaret Mile-End -- Montreal, Canada
Oct. 26: Paradise Rock Club -- Boston, Mass.
Oct. 28: Music Hall of Williamsburg -- Brooklyn, N.Y.
Oct. 29: Theatre of Living Arts -- Philadelphia, Penn.
Oct. 30: Irving Plaza -- New York, N.Y.
Oct. 31: 9:30 Club -- Washington, D.C.
Nov. 02: Terminal West -- Atlanta, Ga.
Nov. 04: Exit/In -- Nashville, Tenn.
Nov. 06: House of Blues -- Chicago, Ill.
Nov. 07: Mercury Lounge -- Louisville, Ky.
Nov. 08: Deluxe at Old National Centre -- Indianapolis, Ind.
Nov. 10: Granada Theatre -- Lawrence, Kan.
Nov. 21: Fox Theater -- Oakland, Calif.

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