After releasing a teaser trailer on Monday titled “SIDE STREET,” Tyler, the Creator has released a new song called “LUMBERJACK.”
The rapper tweeted the song’s accompanying music video.
You can listen to the full version of the song below via YouTube:
The “LUMBERJACK” video features the same visual aesthetics as “SIDE STREET” has.
Prior to this week’s developments, several billboards with the saying “Call Me If You Get Lost” popped up in Los Angeles. It featured an active phone number. When first called, fans heard a voicemail of Tyler and his mom speaking. One fan tried to post a recording of the memo to Soundcloud but it has since been taken down for copyright of a song called “MOMMA TALK,” perhaps an unreleased but registered future track.
As of Wednesday afternoon, the number now plays a different voice memo with another singer. Amid new rumors and several festival dates this fall, Tyler is likely gearing up for something big.
Tyler, The Creator Festival Dates:
Thursday, July 29–Lollapalooza // Chicago, IL
Sunday, September 5– Bonaroo Music & Arts Festival // Manchester, TN
Friday, October 29– Outside Lands Festival // San Francisco, CA
Purchase tickets here.
Tyler’s most recent record, 2019’s IGOR, took home Best Rap Album at the 2020 Grammy Awards. He has since been featured on tracks with Channel Tres and Brent Faiyaz, as well as doing a Coca-Cola jingle.
Stream “LUMBERJACK” here.
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