Discussing the new track, Holy Fuck explain, "Our music can be dark and pummelling at times, unrelenting even. "Free Gloss" was designed as a way for us to shed some light, and bring some bliss and buoyancy to the table whilst still maintaining that ecstatic energy and intensity that we love. We started tinkering with the main riff and structure on this one as an idea to take the listener on a euphoric sonic journey and explore the push/pull, tension and release you can take people with on the dance floor."
They add, "In many different ways the track reminds us all of some kind of '90s thing. When we wrote the main keyboard riff, immediately we thought of Much Music, our Canadian equivalent to MTV, specifically their live dance studio broadcast, Electric Circus or their compilation album Extenda-Dance Mix 93. The inadvertent soundtrack to our youth. Looking back on it now, these shows explored a clash of humanity with technology, or perhaps the humanity in technology; repetitive electronic music with unpredictable human movement, which feels in keeping with the way we write and perform our music."
Deleter is Holy Fuck's first collection of tracks since they released their Bird Brains EP in 2017, and their first LP since 2016's Congrats.