After releasing its second studio album Fireside last year, Los Angeles R&B duo THEY. has returned with its latest track “Til I Die.” This time around the duo has collaborated with electronic producer Dillon Francis for an experimental rock-charged banger.
Measuring at just over two minutes, the song plays with rock and trap influences, stringing together a mesh of distorted guitar riffs and blaring synths that create a raging electro beat. Dante Jones and Andrew Neely come through with catchy verses and a chant-like chorus. Apart from the experimental groove, notable lyrics like “Gonna run to the bread til we all get them baguettes” and “Hear them footsteps coming cause we coming for the check” add a unique dimension to the rock-tinged sound.
Scroll below for a listen of the track “Til I Die” by THEY. and Dillon Francis.