Dirty Projectors Have Dropped a New Record, “Keep Your Name”

Back after four years.

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After a four year absence, Dirty Projectors have made their return with a new cut titled, “Keep Your Name.” Two years ago, lead singer David Longstreth made headlines when he worked with Kanye West on “FourFiveSeconds” and now it looks like he’s back fully inspired with his music collective. Today, watch and listen, as take us on surreal audio/visual journey. Press play above.

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