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Grimes Shares New Song “So Heavy I Fell Through the Earth” and Announces Album Details

Miss Anthropocene Due Out February 21, 2020 via 4AD

Nov 15, 2019
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Grimes (aka Claire Boucher) has shared a brand new song, "So Heavy I Fell Through the Earth," and has announced more details of her upcoming album, Miss Anthropocene, including its release date, tracklist, and cover art. "So Heavy I Fell Through the Earth" has been shared via a visual that makes a brief reference to Blade Runner's opening title ("Los Angeles, November 2019") and there's also a shorter version of the song. Miss Anthropocene is now due out February 21, 2020 via 4AD. Check out "So Heavy I Fell Through the Earth" below, followed by the album's tracklist and cover art.

Last year Grimes shared a brand new song for our future AI overlords, "We Appreciate Power," via a lyric video for the track, and also stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to perform the song (where she was joined by HANA, who is featured on the song). "We Appreciate Power" was said to be the first track from her forthcoming fifth album, the follow-up to 2015's Art Angels. In March she shared a new demo, "Pretty Dark," which she said was not from the new album. Then in September she shared the new song "Violence," via a self-directed video for the track. The song features i_o, a techno DJ/producer, and was #2 on our Songs of the Week list. "Violence" is on the album's tracklist, but "We Appreciate Power" isn't.

Miss Anthropocene Tracklist:

01 So Heavy I Fell Through the Earth (Art Mix)
02 Darkseid
03 Delete Forever
04 Violence
05 4ÆM
06 New Gods
07 My Name is Dark
08 You'll miss me when I'm not around
09 Before the fever
10 IDORU

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