To further cement 2015 as one of recent history’s most bananas years for music, bass-gawd Stephen Bruner — better known as Thundercat — announced the release of a 6-track mini-album entitled The Beyond/Where The Giants Roam. Thundercat’s upcoming record is slated to drop June 22nd via our favorite envelope-pushing-forward-thinking-all-around-bad-a**-of-a-record-label, Brainfeeder.

While the Los Angeles-based producer, singer, and bassist has already contributed to some of this year’s landmark albums (from Kendrick Lamar‘s To Pimp a Butterfly to fellow label-mate Kamasi Washington‘s aptly titled The Epic), it’s been two years since 2013’s Apocalypse, his last solo release. To remedy the lack of Thundercat tracks, we present you with “Them Changes,” a three-minute walk into a sonic landscape that features all the things we’ve come to love with the bassist as well as the depth of what can only be described as “that Brainfeeder vibe.” The Beyond/Where the Giants Roam features a myriad of stellar artists and musicians from label boss Flying Lotus, saxophonist Kamasi Washington, and the legendary Herbie Hancock on piano (peep this video of Herbie and Thundercat talking about Fly Lo). The embed for Thundercat’s “Them Changes” follows immediately after this last word.


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