Death Grips unveil new song 'Birds' - listen

First new Death Grips material since the band's infamous Lollapalooza no-show earlier this month

Death Grips have unveiled a brand new song called 'Birds'. Press 'play' above to give it a listen.

'Birds' is also available as a free download via the band's Facebook page. It's the first new Death Grips material since the band's infamous no-show at their scheduled Lollapalooza aftershow gig in Chicago on August 2.

Fans trashed the band's equipment after they failed to appear on stage in Chicago and the band then cancelled several other US gigs. However, it's since been claimed that Death Grips' no-show was actually a stunt.

Last year, the band became embroiled in a public spat with their former label Epic Records after they self-leaked their album 'No Love, Deep Web' online before its release. The group were eventually dropped in November 2012.

In July they announced that they have set up their own record label, Thirdworlds, and confirmed that they will release the follow-up to 'No Love, Deep Web' in 2014.

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