"Yesterday Will Come" is the third track to be lifted from the actor and musician's second album, following "The Loon" and "Bogie".

Jones, who recently won the Best Actor Award at Cannes Film Festival for his role in Nitram, says of the new outing, "I didn't realise how repetitive the lyrics were until I was playing it for my mom in the studio where she then pointed out the fact."

Gadzooks Vol. 1 will follow his 2020 debut album The Mother Stone, and was written a few months after recording his debut album while filming Finch with Tom Hanks in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

He explains, "I stole from what was around me, what fell out of the television, what passed below my windows, relationships, old and new. My frustrations, desires, day dreams and fears scattered themselves throughout my writing. It is a direct response to the album before it. I felt whatever I wrote next needed to be more consistent. I knew that I wanted to put everything down on tape. I wanted the same players as before but to go further."

Jones recorded Gadzooks Vol. 1 with the same team as The Mother Stone, including producer Nic Jodoin.

"Yesterday Will Come" is out now. Caleb Landry Jones' Gadzooks Vol. 1 album will arrive via Sacred Bones on Friday (24 September), and is available to pre-order now.