On Oct. 26, Grimes shared a new song called “Flesh Without Blood” from her forthcoming album Art Angels. But the artist née Claire Boucher cautioned us about getting too attached to its infectious left-field pop sound: “‘Flesh’ isn’t a ‘representation’ of everything… every song on this album is a completely different style.”
She wasn’t lying. Boucher shared another new song yesterday (Oct. 29) and it sounds completely different.
The just-over-two-minute track is called “Scream” and it’s a collaboration with the Taiwanese rapper Aristophanes. In fact, the guest star’s vocals dominate the track, spitting game (and maniacal screams) over an aggressive surf guitar line and drum machine-created marching band beat.
Here’s the artwork for “Scream”:
For more on Aristophanes, check out her SoundCloud page.
Art Angels album drops digitally on Nov. 6, with a physical version arriving Dec. 11.