Death Grips Drop New Single, "Streaky"

Along with a weird strobe-lit video to boot.

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After officially announcing the long-awaited followup to 2016’s acclaimed Bottomless Pit back in March, renowned Sacramento-based punk-rap outfit Death Grips unveiled the LP’s tracklist late last month. Now the group have come through with a new single from the album. Dubbed “Streaky,” the hypnotic Year of the Snitch cut is accompanied by an appropriately weird music video that sees a colorful strobe light sitting on what looks like a glitter-covered bed.

Give the single a spin above and stay tuned for more regarding Year of the Snitch — oddly enough, the album is said to feature production from Shrek director Andrew Adamson while the band is also reportedly working closely with Tool bassist Justin Chancellor.

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