The Internet - Give It Time

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Matt Martian
Album:
Feel Good EP

It’s been a minute since last we heard from The Internet—their last feature, Fastlane, hit our front page back in January—but good things come to those who wait. Today, the Odd Future affiliated crew return to our pages with a new single that happens to be all about the value of patience. Matt Martian‘s laid-back R&B boardwork, accented with fluid guitar riffs by guest musician Mike Einziger, sets a fittingly languid mood as vocalist Syd the Kid asks a lover to take it slow. For this low-key selection and much more, check out the Feel Good EP when it drops in December. In addition, fans on the West Coast be able to catch The Internet performing live starting next week, when they embark on their six-city regional tour. Click here to peep their itinerary and purchase tickets.

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