“Better Off This Way” returns to the Rock Band catalogue.

The downloadable content update for Rock Band 4 this week comprises two songs by a couple of American rock bands in All Time Low and A Day to Remember.

The following tracks will be available from 26th Match:

  • All Time Low – “Some Kind of Disaster” *
  • A Day to Remember – “Better Off This Way”

* Part of the Rock Band Rivals Season 16 Spotlight Pass.

Songs can be purchased individually. The new Spotlight Pass Plus includes all the songs that come with the regular Spotlight Pass as well as every track that gets released over the course of the season whether it’s in the spotlight or not.

The descriptions below are taken from this week’s release notes:

All Time Low has come a long way since forming in high school nearly two decades ago. The band has released a whopping seven studio albums, with their eighth Wake Up, Sunshine, coming soon. Wake Up, Sunshine features the introspective anthem “Some Kind of Disaster”. As you play through this track, the rhythm section will an upbeat pace characteristic of what we all love about pop-punk and guitarists will enjoy playing triumphantly. The lyrics let us in the meaning behind the song we’re hearing with rose-colored glasses, as vocalists will sing along with singer-songwriter Alex Gaskarth as he reveals some of the not-so-great, but highly relatable attributes people face.

“Better Off This Way”, from Rock Band stalwarts A Day to Remember, also joins the DLC catalog this week. This powerful, punchy RBN track hails from A Day to Remember’s fourth studio album, What Separates Me From You. Prove your skills on vocals and sing along to emotion-fueled lyrics about standing up for yourself. If you dig “Better Off This Way”, consider snagging “Sticks & Bricks” from the Music Store as well.

To get a better idea of the songs’ pacing and structure, watch the latest DLC trailer (embedded below).

Rock Band 4 is developed and published by Harmonix for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.