Theophilus London and Tame Impala are at it once more, following up final 12 months’s collaboration “Only You” with new retro handiwork, “Whiplash.” Like one thing out of Knight Rider 2000, “Wiplash” combines Kevin Parker’s psychedelic rock fashion with Theophilus London’s dynamic, hip-hop stream. Listeners are serenaded with a comforting distinction between the frontman’s voice and producer’s supporting vocals.
The pop-leaning single was first shared at a 2016 Boiler Room occasion in Brooklyn, however hasn’t seen the sunshine of day till now. Parker instructed The Sunday Times, after being introduced as a 2019 Coachella headliner, new Tame Impala album can be launched this 12 months. There is purpose to consider the album might come earlier than the April 13/20 efficiency in Indio, California contemplating Parker isn’t aware of taking part in unreleased music stay.
Tame Impala’s earlier album, Currents, noticed launch in 2015 and obtained a Grammy nomination for Best Alternative Album. This subsequent LP is seeking to be a career-defining venture, vying for Album of the Year nods.
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