The Brooklyn punk group Grim Streaker has drummed up a considerable amount of hype over the past few months, all building toward next week's release of their debut LP, No Vision. The band is sharing one last teaser for that record in the form of 'Cat Call,' a noisy and pointed new single.

'Cat Call' features Grim Streaker at a more leisured pace, but the song is no less cacophonous or fire-fueled. But rather than letting a breakneck pace dictate the song's energy, 'Cat Call' relies upon the venom stored up behind the lyrics.

"Cat Call is all about role reversal," says the band. "We literally took the words of weak men from the streets and imagined an alternative, dark reality using those very same words against them. We hope it gives perspective to those who choose to cat call and we hope it empowers those who feel violated to speak up."

You can stream 'Cat Call' up above and you can pre-order No Vision, due out May 17 via Local Fun Boy, right here. Grim Streaker will also be playing a few shows throughout the U.S. in May and June, the dates of which you can find below.

16 May - Alphaville; Brooklyn, NY
07 June - The Meatlocker; Montclair, NJ
08 June - Pacific Standard Tavern; New Haven, CT
22 June - ONCE Somerville; Somerville, MA