Hear Jet Age of Tomorrow's First Song in Four Years
Hear Jet Age of Tomorrow's First Song in Four Years

Hear Jet Age of Tomorrow's First Song in Four Years

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The Odd Future duo returns from orbit

Following a year that saw the release of his solo debut, The Drum Chord Theory, and respective projects from each member of his mercurial r&b group The Internet, Matt Martians is proving to be the band's most prolific force.

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Last week he announced that Jet of Age Tomorrow, a production duo consisting of Martians and Pyramid Vritra, were putting the finishing touches on their new album, God's Poop or Clouds?, their first since 2013's JellyFish Mentality. Today, they've unveiled the project's first single, "Fly Like Me," featuring East Point, Georgia artist MarkUsFree. The two-part track commences with a spacious and charming Rhodes-led beat before launching into an industrial house program. Martians has stated that he was only inspired to make another Jet Age record after years of persistent questioning from fans at shows.

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So ask and you shall receive. Hear the new single from Jet Age of Tomorrow down below and hit the link to revisit their catalog for free via Odd Future's site. God's Poop or Clouds? is September 15th.