Hot on the heels of his fresh new album I Don't Like Shit I Don't Go Outside, Earl Sweatshirt has dropped yet more music. Called Solace, the 10-minute project is awash with dusty, decaying loops, existing in a state of chronic lassitude whilst Earl raps slurred and downbeat, with lines like "It's raining a bit, I hope it's a monsoon, put my face in the sink / I'm seeing my mom soon, I'm faded, I stink" edging out of the antique sounds with understated genius.

A couple of his tweets seemed to be pointed allusions to his new music:

He has spoken, albeit briefly, about this project quite recently:

"We set up a studio at my house and I did a little project real real fast," he said in a recent interview with NPR. "It's called Solace. And that, I'm just sitting — it's more for my mom."

Listen below.