Death Grips Unleash Glitchy New Visuals for "Flies"

Flashing imagery that could provoke seizures – viewer discretion is advised

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After a two-year hiatus following the release of Bottomless Pit, Sactown’s revered avant-garde punk-rap outfit Death Grips have been steadily rolling out new material from their upcoming Year of The Snitch LP. Announced cryptically back in March, the band has since dropped off two frenetic singles from the project – the Justin Chancellor-assisted cut “Streaky” and “Black Paint.”

Today, the beloved band returns with their third release fittingly titled “Flies,” which arrives with a choppy new visual that may cause some dizziness if you have any sort of photosensitivity. Meanwhile, the YouTube descriptions points out that this will be track two off Year of The Snitch. Listen and watch above, while the full tracklist for Year of The Snitch is available for preview now on HYPEBEAST.

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