Words: Dylan Murphy
Nearly two years after the release of CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST, Tyler has announced a deluxe edition of sorts.
Today, Tyler, The Creator announced on Twitter that he’d be releasing some music that didn’t make it onto his 2021 record CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST. That news landed with a brand new song called ‘DOGTOOTH’ and a new video to accompany it.
It would appear that CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST: The Estate Sale is a deluxe album rather than a separate release, but either way, we know it’s landing on 31 March 2023. There is also a CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST: The Estate Sale vinyl available now for pre-order on golfwang.com.
In the time since the release of his last Album, Tyler has performed at a number of festivals across America and Europe and had verses on The Weeknd’s DAWN FM, Brent Faiyaz’s 2022 album WASTELAND and released ‘COME ON, LETS GO‘ which appeared on NIGO’s compilation album.
Speaking on the new song and drop to follow on Twitter, Tyler said, “CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST WAS THE FIRST ALBUM I MADE WITH ALOT OF SONGS THAT DIDNT MAKE THE FINAL CUT. SOME OF THOSE SONGS I REALLY LOVE, AND KNEW THEY WOULD NEVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY, SO IVE DECIDED TO PUT A FEW OF THEM OUT.”
While we wait for the full release, check out our piece detailing The top 30 Tyler, The Creator songs of all time.
Watch the video for ‘DOGTOOTH’ below:
Listen to ‘DOGTOOTH‘ below:
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