Supremely underrated Los Angeles-based duo THEY. are back with a new one.

 

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The group dropped off their new track "What I Know Now," featuring Wiz Khalifa. The song is taken from their upcoming Fireside EP, which is due next month. Earlier this month, the group sent out a casting call for a new video shot in West Hollywood. The call requested that extras wear their "best '90s attire."

You can check out the video for "What I Know Now" up top.

Speaking with Complex last week about their varied influences, Dante Jones and Drew Love cited everything from pop-punk to grunge as crucial to their sound.

"Both Drew and I grew up as rock fans," Jones said. "He was more into pop-punk, and I was into grunge and indie rock. Of course, I had a big emo phase as well with bands like Taking Back Sunday. But I don't think there's anything conscious about it. I think I just have never really grasped the concept of a genre, I just hear music for music."

For Fireside, the duo has enlisted a feature for all six tracks. Below, see the final tracklist. The EP hits the usual streaming services Nov. 9.

  • 1. "What I Know Now" f/ Wiz Khalifa
  • 2. "Broken" f/ Jessie Reyez
  • 3. "Wilt Chamberlin" f/ Jeremih
  • 4. "Tell Me" f/ Vic Mensa
  • 5. "18 Months" f/ Ty Dolla Sign
  • 6. "Rockville Station" f/ Gallant