Nick Zinner, guitarist from the groundbreaking indie band Yeah Yeah Yeahs, has just dropped a T-shirt collaboration with Los Angeles clothing brand Skim Milk. The four-piece capsule features his photography and is part of the label’s SS17 collection entitled "Lost Angeles." Zinner’s photos were part of his "601 Photographs” exhibition from 2015, where he showcased 601 of his images from tours, video shoots and personal travels, nailing them to a wall in LA.

One T-shirt features a photograph of Yeah Yeah Yeahs’s enigmatic frontwoman Karen O donning a pink ski mask. Our personal favorite is the crisp white “We Are All Going To Hell” tee.

Skim Milk and brother company WHOLE recently collabed on collections with author and former porn star Sasha Grey and weirdo musician Ariel Pink.

Peep the gritty NSFW promo video below for Nick Zinner’s T-shirts, with an original score by Zinner himself.

Revisit “Despair” from Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ 2013 album Mosquito below.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs’s albums were some of our favorites as young music snobs. Check out the rest of the Highsnobiety staff’s most important high school albums here.

In other music news, get the scoop here on what we know so far about Drake’s highly anticipated More Life playlist dropping soon.

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