Earl Sweatshirt Debuts Five New Songs in Concert
Two are called "Faucet" and "Hell," while the other three's names are unkown
A t-shirt-clad Earl Sweatshirt debuted five new tracks at a show on December 23 at the Observatory in Santa Ana, California. The new songs run the gambit from the bombastic “Hell” to the slower, but still characteristically intense “Faucet.” Only those two tracks have names at this point, but an audience member was able to record video of those performances as well as three other untitled songs.
The new cuts might appear on the awaited follow-up to the rapper’s 2013’s Doris. The rapper tweeted that the thus-far unannounced record was done way back in October, but everyone needed to “shut up and wait.” In the meantime, you can hear “Faucet” above, and “Hell” and the three unknown tracks below. (h/t Music Times)