This Tuesday, Jersey indie-pop trio Real Estate are set to release Days, their sophomore effort and follow-up to 2009’s self-titled collection of reverbed, lazy summer tunes.The album opens with “Easy,” a nostalgic song about the loss of youth that sets a wistful and jaded tone for the remaining nine songs.

By the time you hit “Three Blocks,” “Younger Than Yesterday” and “All the Same,” there’s still an undercurrent of chill, but Martin Courtney is considerably more world-weary as he seems to always be looking for something better in the rearview mirror.

Compared to Real Estate, Days is more Ben Braddock in the back of the bus wondering what he’s done, than Ben Braddock drifting in the pool in the California sun.

NPR First Listen has the full album stream here.