Our dear friend Dillon Francis dropped a new single off of his long-awaited album yesterday called “When We Were Young.” Please listen.
Ugh, lyric videos. They’ve become quite the nuisance around these parts of the ‘net lately, but we understand their appeal and honestly it all boils down to that business and marketing thing people take so seriously. It’s fine, really, we’ll just press play and move on to another one of our hundred or so open tabs to enjoy the new tune.
Our dear friend Dillon Francis dropped a new single off of his long-awaited album yesterday called “When We Were Young.” It’s from his forthcoming album titled “Money Sucks, Friends Rule,” that’s been shelved for more time than we’re willing to google right now. It’s a single that features Sultan + Ned Sheppard and another one of our featured artists, The Chain Gang of 1974 (who also used to be a Colorado local; take that knowledge and let it bake in the brain box for a moment). It’s a banger, even if every shiftless troll on the YouTubes hate it right now. It’s a radio quality hit and if it’s any indication to what we can expect out of the album, it’ll do just fine.
Money Sucks, Friends Rule track list:
1. "All That" (ft. Twista & The Rejectz)
2. "Get Low" (w/ DJ Snake)
3. "When We Were Young" (w/ Sultan + Ned Shepard ft. Chain Gang of 1974)
4. "Set Me Free" (w/ Martin Garrix)
5. "Drunk All The Time" (ft. Simon Lord)
6. "Love in the Middle of a Firefight" (ft. Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco)
7. "Not Butter"
8. "I Can’t Take It"
9. "We Are Impossible" (ft. The Presets)
10. "We Make It Bounce" (ft. Major Lazer & Stylo G)
11. "What’s That Spell?" (ft. TJR)