Grimes teams up with Fun. side-project Bleachers for new track ‘Entropy’ – listen

The song will feature in the new series of hit TV show 'Girls'

Grimes has featured on a new track from Bleachers, the solo side-project of Fun. member Jack Antonoff.

Having previously collaborated together for ‘Take You Away’ in 2014, the pair have teamed up again now for ‘Entropy’. Listen below.

As previously reported, the song will feature in the new series of hit TV show ‘Girls’.


Meanwhile, Grimes recently said that she scrapped a whole album’s worth of new music because it was “depressing”.

“The album was scrapped cuz it was depressing and I didn’t want to tour it,” the musician, real name Claire Boucher, wrote online. “I may release it one day. I throw out music all the time, i have almost 1000 gigs of unreleased music on my hard drive. I just want the next album to be as good as possible. ‘Go’ was never on the album anyway, it is a collaboration with a close friend that was released for fans as a ‘Thank you’ for waiting since my album was being delayed. There are only about 4 people on earth who have heard my new music. People’s opinions do not factor into my process. That is all, and hopefully this helps… I’m really not that sad or insecure of a person.”

‘Entropy’ follows the release of new Grimes song ‘REALiTi’, a demo dating back to 2013.

Last year Grimes confirmed that she has worked with US MC Lizzo on her new album, while hinting that the record could be a double album.


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