The Neighbourhood are gearing up to release their mixtape, #000000 & #FFFFFF, a project that features the California indie rock band linking up with a number of rap acts. They've previously dropped tracks with Danny Brown, Casey Veggies, and Raury, showcasing their bubbling chemistry with artists outside of their comfort zone.

Today, The Neighbourhood grab French Montana for their latest cut, "#icanteven." The record draws inspiration from an emotional experience that many can relate to. "I actually had a different vocal for it originally, but didn't really like what I had," lead vocalist Jesse Rutherford tells Fader. "So I went back into the studio with them right after I found out my girlfriend had cheated on me." Fair enough.

The Neighbourhood's #000000 & #FFFFFF comes out November 27. For now, check out "#icanteven" below.


[via Fader]