The Streets share Tame Impala collaboration and full details of new mixtape

'Call My Phone Thinking I'm Doing Nothing Better' is the first preview of the new mixtape, out in July and featuring IDLES and more

The Streets have shared their highly anticipated new collaboration with Tame Impala — listen to ‘Call My Phone Thinking I’m Doing Nothing Better’ below.

The new song is the first preview of an upcoming new mixtape from Mike Skinner, full details of which have also been announced.

The collaboration-based ‘None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’ is set to come out on July 10 via Island, and features songs with IDLES, Ms Banks, Jimothy Lacoste, Hak Baker and more.

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The track with IDLES has been described by Skinner as “a sea-shanty tinged track inspired by an overnight ferry to Dover”.

‘Call My Phone Thinking I’m Doing Nothing Better’ arrives with its own social distancing-inspired new video, directed by Skinner – watch it below.

Skinner announced his intentions to release a new Streets mixtape last year, which will arrive alongside a new studio album. The album is set to be paired with a new film that Skinner is currently working on.

See the artwork and tracklisting for ‘None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’ below.

Tame Impala

1. Call My Phone Thinking I’m Doing Nothing Better (ft. Tame Impala)
2. None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive (ft. IDLES)
3. I Wish You Loved You As Much As You Love Him (ft. Donae’O and Greentea Peng)
4. You Can’t Afford Me (ft. Ms Banks)
I Know Something You Did (ft. Jesse James Solomon)
6. Eskimo Ice (ft. Kasien)
7. Phone Is Always In My Hand (ft. Dapz on the Map)
8. The Poison I Take Hoping You Will Suffer (ft. Oscar #Worldpeace)
9. Same Direction (ft. Jimothy Lacoste)
10. Falling Down (ft. Hak Baker)
11. Conspiracy Theory Freestyle (ft. Rob Harvey)
12. Take Me As I Am (with Chris Lorenzo)
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Last week, Kevin Parker shared an “imaginary place” mix of the latest Tame Impala album ‘The Slow Rush’.

Advising his fans to listen to it on headphones in order to enjoy its “full immersive effect,” Parker made reference to the ongoing coronavirus-enforced lockdown and social distancing measures in place worldwide by saying that he made the mix “for all you isolators out there”

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