Some of the guys found love; others lost it recently. The members of the Plain White T's channel both romance and those regrettable late-night text messages and phone calls (come on, you know you're guilty of it, too) on their newly-released EP, "Should've Gone to Bed."
It's a mix of "super honest" songs, said singer/guitarist Tom Higgenson about the follow-up to 2010's "Wonders of the Younger."
There's the fun, upbeat lead track "Should've Gone to Bed" about making one too many calls when you really should have plugged your phone into its charger and hit the pillow for the night. Higgenson says he knows that feeling all too well; he's newly single, after splitting with his gal about a year ago.
Now back on the dating scene, Higgenson admits he's shy when it comes to going out and approaching women. When asked what happens if a girl he's talking to recognizes him from the band, Higgenson said laughing, "Oh then I turn on the charm," adding, "But for me to approach somebody, I don't know, it's so awkward for me."
Higgenson's bandmate, guitarist/singer Tim Lopez, can relate. He, too, considers himself shy. But not too shy, apparently. He appeared on NBC's "Ready for Love," a dating series that taped last summer and debuted this spring.
"It was really fun experience -- super nerve-wracking. I enjoyed myself, but I was really uncomfortable," he said. "I think kind of like Tom, I consider myself shy, introverted, the wallflower if we go out to bars. And this was a hurdle I had to jump over...They brought in three of the world's top matchmakers and worked alongside three of us guys."
In the end, Lopez, who was behind the 2010 Plain White T's single "Rhythm of Love," ended up falling for a woman from the show. "I met an awesome girl -- and it's the second longest relationship I've ever been in. Good outcome from it. The best way to overcome your fears, is to just dive right in," he said.
Speaking of diving in, the Grammy-nominated Plain White T's will dive into the studio once again to record additional songs for a new full-length album, expected out this summer.
Check out the video above to find out whatever happened to Delilah, the subject of the Plain White T's No. 1 hit, "Hey There, Delilah." And watch the T's CBSNews.com in-studio acoustic performances.