Earlier this year, Death Grips first indicated that new music was coming with a photo of Andrew Adamson, the director of films like Shrek and The Chronicles of Narnia, in the studio. Now, a week away from the release of their new album Year of the Snitch, they have shared the results of this collaboration. Check out the song "Dilemma" along with its bizarre music video below.

Year of the Snitch is expected to arrive on Friday, June 22, and it serves as Death Grips' sixth album proper. They have shared several tracks from the project, including "Streaky", "Flies", "Black Paint", and "Ha Ha Ha". All of them have arrived with equally-bizarre visual accompaniments, like the minimalist, strobe-lit visual for "Streaky", which you can revisit below.

For more of the latest in music, listen to Tyler, The Creator's remix of one of Kanye and Kid Cudi's 'KIDS SEE GHOSTS' tracks, refashioned as "Crust in Their Eyes".

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