January 3, 2013 19:39

Skrillex releases new EP 'Leaving' via YouTube - listen

The EP includes the songs 'Leaving', 'Scary Bolly Dub' and 'The Reason'

Skrillex releases new EP 'Leaving' via YouTube - listen

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Skrillex has put out a new three track EP via YouTube.

Entitled 'Leaving', the EP features the songs 'Leaving', 'Scary Bolly Dub' and 'The Reason'. Scroll down to listen to all three tracks.

Rolling Stone quotes the DJ and producer as saying of the new material: "I made 'Leaving' in my hotel room in Mexico and just finished 'The Reason' an hour ago in my hotel room in Miami. I guess it's just kind of a reflection of how I'm feeling right now."

Skrillex recently unveiled a new video for 'Summit', the track he made with ex-girlfriend Ellie Goulding. Scroll down to watch the video.

Last year Skrillex and Ellie Goulding ended their relationship after nine months together.

Goulding blamed the split on the long-distance nature of the relationship. Goulding is based in London whilst Skrillex lives in the United States.

Goulding recently said that despite breaking up, the pair are still on good terms and will continue to work with each other.

Speaking to The Sun, the singer songwriter said: "We're even going to make music together next year [2013]. Our own little project which will be released."







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