Earl Sweatshirt has shared a mysterious new video, that includes what seems like new music. Check it out beneath. Pitchfork has reached out to his representatives for extra data. At the tip of 2017, Earl promised new music was on the way in which this 12 months.
Earl has shared music selectively within the years since I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside. He dropped free tracks like “Solace,“ “Wind in My Sails,” and “Balance.” He additionally appeared on Vince Staples’ new album FM!. In addition, he featured on Danny Brown’s “Really Doe,” and produced music for Mach-Hommy, Denmark Vessey, Medhane, and others. He just lately contributed to Standing on the Corner’s “The Atmosphere Phased at 120º and Went Blank When the Universe Collapsed.”
Earl Sweatshirt is ready to play this year’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival.