The Streets' Mike Skinner reveals Tame Impala collaboration for new mixtape
In what is probably one of the most left-field collaborations in recent memory, Mike Skinner of The Streets has revealed a new collaboration with psych-pop purveyors Tame Impala.
The upcoming (and aptly named) mixtape None of Us Are Getting Out of This Life Alive features a slew of collaborations, most surprisingly with Kevin Parker on “Call My Phone Thinking I’m Doing Nothing Better” in what is the project's leading single.
Released via Island later this summer on 10th July, it marks the first full-length release from Skinner since 2011's Computers and Blues, and will feature further collaborations with the likes of IDLES frontman Joe Talbot, as well as rising UK stars such as Greentea Peng, Hak Baker, and Jimothy Lacoste. Check out the social distancing-themed video above.
None of Us Are Getting Out of This Life Alive track list is as follows:
1. Call My Phone Thinking I’m Doing Nothing Better [ft. Tame Impala]
2. None of Us Are Getting Out of This Life Alvie [ft. IDLES]
3. I Wish You Loved Me as Much as You Love him [ft. Donae’O and Greentea Peng]
4. You Can’t Afford Me [ft. Ms Banks]
5. I Know Something You Did [ft. Jesse James Solomon]
6. Eskimo Ice [ft. Kasien]
7. Phone Is Always in My Hand [ft. Dapz on the Map]
8. The Poison I Take Hoping You Will Suffer [ft. Oscar #Worldpeace]
9. Same Direction [ft. Jimothy Lacoste]
10. Falling Down [ft. Hak Baker]
11. Conspiracy Theory Freestyle [ft. Rob Harvey]
12 Take Me as I Am (with Chris Lorenzo)