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Adult Swim Singles have shared a new song from serpentwithfeet as the twenty-first entry in the 2019-2020 program. “A Comma” acts as the first taste of serpentwithfeet’s new EP, Apparition, due in late April, and produced entirely by Wynne Bennett (Janelle Monae, Tayla Parx, Twin Shadow). While crafting the EP serpentwithfeet asked himself one question: “What ghosts am I welcoming into my house?” “A Comma” is evidence of serpent’s frustration with the world around him. In this wistful tune, we witness him searching for the source of his discomfort. Serpentwithfeet is currently working toward his next album, the follow up to soil, widely acclaimed as one of 2018’s top albums of the year (#3 on New York Times “28 Best Albums of 2018”).

Listen to “A Comma” on AdultSwim

serpentwithfeet is an avant-garde vocalist and performance artist whose growing body of work is rooted in dueling obsessions with the ephemeral and the everlasting – key components of his artistic journey from a childhood stint as a choirboy in Baltimore through his time at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where he studied vocal performance before relocating to New York City. His last album soil is a return to the sensibilities and wide-eyed curiosity of his musical youth before symmetry and sterile soundscapes ruled the roost. The release of soil saw him rediscover and ultimately return to the unhinged version of himself he was sure he had outgrown. He is currently at work on the follow up to soil, due later this year.


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