Air keeps it moving with the provocative new single “Misfortunes,” declaring their new collection simultaneously.
Underground legends Atmosphere have gotten back with their new single “Misfortunes,” which shows up close by the declaration of the approaching collection Word? Highlighting visitor appearances from the late MF DOOM, Sa-Roc, Aesop Rock, Evidence, and that’s just the beginning, the task has every one of the makings of another solid delivery from the dearest team.
Establishing the vibe is “Misfortunes,” which includes a shockingly feel-great instrumental disregarding its title. Melodiously, Slug stays in fine structure, his remarkable style of relatable assumptions and unique symbolism actually pleasing fans right up ’til the present time. “I should be idiotic, she had a pocket loaded with horseshoes/grin like squeezed orange sparkling off my teeth,” he raps. “I’m attempting to find out why everyone needs to gripe, even the daylight will move in the downpour.”
Make certain to look at “Hardships” presently, and search for the forthcoming Word? to show up in full on October eighth. While that may feel like some time yet, Atmosphere has picked to dull the torment with the collection’s “Side A,” which comes total with an extra three tracks from the task.