The track, titled “When We Were Young,” features Canadian electronic duo Sultan + Ned Shepard and indie electro act The Chain Gang of 1974.
“I called my manager one day, and I was like, ‘I want to make a shirt that says ‘money sucks, friends rule’ in the Warriors font,” Dillon said in an interview with Radio.com at Coachella. “I was like, ‘that’s the best title for an album.’ Because I really feel that way. Friends are forever. Money isn’t.”