Highly Suspect joins forces with Young Thug on their latest single "Tokyo Ghoul."
The track, which also features Terrible Johnny, will appear on the group's forthcoming third studio album MCID—the follow-up to 2016's The Boy Who Died Wolf.
"The new album centers around themes of self loathing, substance abuse, image issues, addressing my past and changing my future, with a sprinkle of anti-Trump, false social media worship heartbreak, hope, depression and suicide," frontman Johnny Stevens previously said. "It also touches on the pressures of fame and how I won't play into it."
When asked about this new collab, Stevens kept it straightforward: "This shit fucks hard and it's been a long time coming."
Check out "Tokyo Ghoul" up top. MCID, which is slated to drop Nov. 1, will span 16 tracks, including the previously released singles "16" and "Upperdrugs."
Highly Suspect is currently on the road with Slothrust for the U.S. leg of their tour. Check out the group's remaining tour dates below.