August 15, 2013 20:28

Earl Sweatshirt streams 'Doris' ahead of release - listen

The Odd Future member's new album will hit the shelves next week

Earl Sweatshirt streams 'Doris' ahead of release - listen

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Earl Sweatshirt is streaming his new album, 'Doris', online ahead of its official release.

The rapper unveiled the album via the Odd Future Tumblr page earlier today (August 15). Click here to listen to the album on SoundCloud.

'Doris' is the follow-up to the rapper's 2010 debut album 'Earl' and contains 15 tracks including the previously heard 'Chum', 'Whoa', 'Guild' and 'Burgundy', which was produced by Pharrell Williams. Frank Ocean features on the album track 'Sunday', whilst Tyler, The Creator guests on 'Sasquatch' and 'Whoa'.

In June, Earl Sweatshirt was forced to cancel "all foreseeable tour dates" after contracting pneumonia. However, he is set to perform at next weekend's Reading and Leeds Festivals with Tyler, The Creator as EarlWolf.

The 'Doris' tracklisting is:

'20 Wave Caps'
'Uncle Al'

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