Their new single follows on from November's "Driving At Night". Frontman Connor Schofield explains "Do You Remember?" is "a self observation of my social anxiety, and how I always compare ourselves to others when I should be working out how to be more comfortable in my own skin."

JAWS' third album The Ceiling is their first since 2016's Simplicity, and sees the trio reunite with producer Gethin Pearson.

Expading on the record, Schofield says, "Lyrically The Ceiling is generally about feeling a bit lost, I think as you grow up everything feels like its moving along a lot quicker; friends, relationships, life can all seem to move at 100 mph. Sometimes we forget that its OK to stand still for a bit sometimes and actually breathe. A lot of these songs are about dealing with that. Musically I think we’ve surprised even ourselves with it, we’ve gone down paths we haven’t taken before and ended up with something we’re really very excited about."

"Do You Remember?" is out now. The Ceiling arrives 5 April and is available to pre-order now. JAWS play London's Electric Ballroom on 25 April as part of their UK tour. Find out more.