Cassius & Cat Power Reconnect on "Feel Like Me"

Following up their joint collab with Pharrell.

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In a little over a month’s time Cassius will drop their first studio album in several years, Ibifornia. Continuing the promotional blitz for the project, the veteran duo have served up yet another new single in support of the effort. Reconnecting with Cat Power for the third collaborative cut of the year, Cassius deliver the follow-up to the visual for “The Missing,” “Feel Like Me.” You can stream the song above. Previously, the pairing united with Pharrell for “Go Up” and Beastie Boys’ Mike D for “Action.”

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