Check out No Rome and The 1975’s new collab ‘Narcissist’

It's the final cut to arrive from new EP 'RIP Indo Hisashi'.

Save the best for last – that’s how the mantra goes. It’s one that No Rome clearly lives by, in the hype stakes at least, as he drops the fourth and final track from his forthcoming EP ‘RIP Indo Hisashi’.

If you’ve got a good memory for ‘this sort of thing’, you’ll recall that one cut – ‘Narcissist’ – sports a coveted ‘featured’ slot from Rome’s label mates and best chums The 1975. Debuted earlier today as Zane Lowe’s World Record on Beats 1, you can finally check it out below.

The perfect meeting point between the two acts’ overlapping musical worlds, the song features vocals from Matty Healy and sits well alongside The 1975’s most recent offerings – most notably the No Rome influenced ‘TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME’. It’s all connected, Dear Reader.

Fancy some more? You can read our recent chat with No Rome here.

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