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Collaboration is the theme of today’s singles roundup — check out new songs from Elohim & GRiZ, Deap Vally and Jenny Lewis & Serengeti.

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Lately, Jenny Lewis has been teaming up with Chicago indie rapper (and occasional Sufjan Stevens bandmate) Serengeti on a series of collaborative singles recorded during quarantine. They’ve already given us “Unblu,” “Vroom Vroom,” and “Idiot.” And today, the duo is coming through with a fourth track, “GLTR.”

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Lewis hangs out in the cemetery where Johnny Cash is buried in phone-shot clip for the track For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Jenny Lewis and Serengeti struck up a friendship after a chance encounter at a music festival in 2018, and that friendship has now borne musical fruit. During lockdown, the indie-rock icon and the idiosyncratic Chicago indie rapper recorded five songs together, co-produced by Fog’s Andrew Broder. We’ve already heard a couple of those collaborative tracks, “Unblu” and “Vroom Vroom.” Today, we’re hearing one more.

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If you’ve been a fan of the first two tracks from the unlikely duo of Jenny Lewis and Serengeti, then the third one should get you all the way through the tail end of this pandemic. “Idiot” takes a poppier approach to the same unique combination that made “Vroom Vroom” and “Unblu” successful,…

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Playing catch-up after a busy week of releases: Check out these new singles from Swerve, Son Little and Jenny Lewis & Serengeti.

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Track marks second collaboration between singer-songwriter and Chicago rapper For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

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For fans of last month’s Jenny Lewis and Serengeti team-up for “Unblu,” the dynamic duo are back with another (very different) track. Although “Vroom Vroom” stays with a bit of the slower-paced, relaxing vibe of their original collaboration, it goes in an entirely new way with its retro-futuristic pop sound. It sounds less like floating…

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