"All I Want" is the first taste of Broken Social Scene's five-track EP Let’s Try The After - Vol 1, and sees Andrew Whiteman on vocals.

The new EP is announced off the back of their appearance on CBC’s The Strombo Show, where they performed two new tracks from the EP, "1972" and "Can't Find My Heart".

"1972" is produced by the BSS's own Charles Spearin and Joe Chiccarelli. The rest of the tracks on Let's Try The After - Vol 1. are produced and mixed by Nyles Spencer.

Kevin Drew expands on their new EP, "The point is to keep going. We have more to give. These songs have lived beside us and become our commencement party while continuing together. We hope you enjoy this EP for you and me."

Let's Try The After - Vol 1. is their first project since last year's "Old Dead Young" single, and first project to be released since their 2017 album Hug of Thunder.


  1. The Sweet Sea
  2. Remember Me Young
  3. Boyfriends
  4. 1972
  5. All I Want

Alongside their new EP Broken Social Scene has announced a series of residencies in LA and Montreal. They'll be donating $1 of every ticket sold to Youth Speaks, who provide life changing arts programs for vulnerable and disadvantaged youth across the country, and MusicCounts for their Canada residency, which will go towards putting musical instruments in the hands of underprivileged youth.

"All I Want" is out now. Let's Try The After - Vol 1. arrives 15 February via Arts & Crafts.