BOOTS collaborates with Run The Jewels on new track 'Delete Delete'

After releasing his incredible debut album 'Aquaria' back in 2015, producer BOOTS has returned with a brand new EP and an incredible collaboration from it.

The new track 'Delete Delete' sees him team up with hip-hop power couple Run The Jewels, alongside Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ guitarist Nick Zinner and Cristin Milioti, and is lifted from his new EP ‘#Darkdaze’, which has just been released today.

Have a listen to 'Delete Delete' in the player below.

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