With Confidence is now streaming a brand new cover of Train’s classic 2001 single, “Drops Of Jupiter.” The cover, accompanied by a music video (seen below), is the fourth single added to the forthcoming Hopeless Records cover compilation, Songs That Saved My Life, Vol. 2.

In addition to “Drops Of Jupiter,” Songs That Saved My Life, Vol. 2 will feature State Champs’ cover of Matchbox Twenty’s “Real World,” Silverstein’s cover of “Disarm” by Smashing Pumpkins, Doll Skin’s cover of “Shake It Out” by Florence + The Machine, and a cover of “Die For The Government” by Anti-Flag from hardcore band Sharptooth. Mayday Parade, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and others are also featured on the compilation.

Last year’s Songs That Saved My Life compilation saw covers from Neck Deep, Dance Gavin Dance, As It Is, The Maine, Movements, Taking Back Sunday, and more of artists like Third Eye Blind, Natalie Imbruglia, The Postal Service, Smashing Pumpkins, and others.

Watch the full video below. Pre-order Songs That Saved My Life, Vol. 2 here. The album is available November 8th via Hopeless.