Fans have been speculating about when the Suicideboys would release new music. Scrim had hinted back at the start of the year that a new album was on its way. Well, you don’t have to wait any longer, the Suicideboys have just dropped their new project Long Term Effects Of Suffering. We let you know where to listen to the album, as well as the tracklist and initial fan reaction.
Suicideboys release new album
The Suicideboys took to Twitter this morning to share their new album Long Term Effects Of Suffering. The album follows their hugely successful 2020 album Stop Staring At The Shadows.
Their songs Kill Yourself (Part III) and Paris have 290 million and 233 million streams respectively on Spotify.
The new Suicideboys album is a low-fi, chill descent into our own minds. Some of the highlights include mysterious and distorted track Bleach, as well as final song The Number You Have Dialed Is Not In Service.
The duo, consisting of cousin Scrim and Ruby da Cherry, are an American hip-hop/rap group from New Orleans. They go by Suicideboys or $uicideboy$.
Long Term Effects Of Suffering tracklist
The new Suicideboys album contains 13 new songs in total. The tracklist is as follows:
- Degeneration in the Key of A Minor
- If Self-Destruction Was an Olympic Event, I’d Be Tonya Harding
- Life Is But A Stream~
- 5 Grand at 8 to 1
- WE ENVY NOTHING IN THE WORLD.
- Lighting the Flames of My Own Personal Hell
- New Profile Pic
- Forget It
- Materialism as a Means to an End
- The Number You Have Dialed Is Not In Service
A few of the songs, including New Profile Pic and Avalon had previously been released as singles. These already have around 18 million streams respectively on Spotify.
Fans go crazy for new Suicideboys album
Fans couldn’t wait to binge the whole Suicideboys album, and many have taken to social media to share their love for the new tracks.
You can check out the album on Spotify now, as well as Apple Music, Soundcloud, Amazon Music and Tidal.