On May 5, Death Grips released the track, "Streaky," their first piece of new material to promote the upcoming album, Year of the Snitch, due out June 22. The song was notable, mostly for being something of a subdued sound for a band as intense and genre-defying as Death Grips. On May 18, the band went hard and released "Black Paint," another single from Snitch. Later followed "Flies" and "Ha Ha Ha," both of which showed an experimental range that appears to be present on their upcoming release.
After the release of "Ha Ha Ha," Death Grips officially announced the release date of Year of the Snitch and it seemed like four singles was plenty for fans to ride out until the album finally dropped.
Just a little while ago, Death Grips surprised fans once again by tweeting a link to yet another single and music video, entitled "Dilemma." As reported by Pitchfork Shrek and Shrek 2 director Andrew Adamson has collaborated with the group, marking one of the least predictable collaborations in art history — let alone music or movie history.