Stream Two Brand New Songs from The Streets

Listen to the decidedly un-Christmas-like songs now.

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The Streets are back. After a lengthy period of musical silence Mike Skinner has now teased new music via Instagram and now two songs have appeared on all the usual musical platforms. Called “Burn Bridges” and “Sometimes I Hate My Friends More Than My Enemies” respectively, the new music marks some of the first definitive action since it was announced that the group would be going on tour.

Both songs have a dark and claustrophobic feel to them, as you’d expect judging by the song titles. You can listen to “Burn Bridges” and “Sometimes I Hate My Friends More Than My Enemies” below. Elsewhere, in other music-related news, check out Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho — the new project from Travis Scott and Quavo.

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