Sofi Tukker alludes to cheeky forthcoming record on fiery new single ‘Fuck They’

class="p2"> href="">Sofi Tukker doesn’t give a f**k about they.

class="p2">But who’s they, anyway?

class="p2">The duo’s latest profanity ridden single, “Fuck They,” marks a departure from the delivery the New York-based duo established on their 2016 debut Soft Animals. On that EP, the pair had synthesized a rather distinct blend melding Portuguese, bossa nova rhythms, bongo drums, electronic synths, and bass lines. Now, while managing to maintain this eclectic jungle-pop style, they’re not holding anything back.

class="p2">In a recent interview with href="" >W Magazine, the two discussed the meaning behind the tune,

class="p2">“The whole premise is ‘f— they’—the people that are trying to hold us back from being who we are, being ourselves really loudly,” Hawley-Weld explained. “The profanity’s even part of it.”

class="p2">“Fuck They,” is a celebration of the duo’s creativity. It’s a declaration and finger pointing at the absurdity that lies within the way labels may even be reluctant to work with the group following the release of this profanity-laced single. “They” have also encouraged Sofi Tukker to tone down it according to the two, or as Hawley-Weld put it, worked to “dictate our creativity.”

class="p2">If the duo’s debut hit “Drinkee,” a track the two wrote as seniors at Brown University and earned their first Grammy nomination this past year, is infectious jungle-pop that makes its listener want to dance, then “Fuck They,” will make its listener want to rage.

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