Clipping have shared ominous new track "Pain Everyday" featuring Michael Esposito as the third single to be lifted from their upcoming LP Visions of Bodies Being Burned.
"Pain Everyday" follows on from Clipping's previous singles "'96 Neve Campbell" featuring Cam & China, and "Say the Name". The track, according to the group, uses "real EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) recordings - said to be the voices of restless spirits."
Daveed Diggs says of the track, "This song was one of the most challenging to write because it’s the first time we’ve done a track entirely in ⅞, which, it turns out, is kind of a mind fuck. I love how it came out because it’s in this odd time signature but the flow still feels natural, like rap is supposed to."
Visions of Bodies Being Burned will follow on from last year's There Existed An Addiction To Blood album, and will include collaborations with Ho99o9, Sickness, Michael Esposito, Jeff Parker, Tedd Byrnes and Greg Stuart.
Clipping produced the LP themselves before it was mixed by Steve Kaplan and mastered by Rashad Becker.