Rising hyperpop artist Fijitrip returns with his latest single, “Kill The Game.”

Blending a glitchy, synth-fueled production with vocals reminiscent of Matty Healy (The 1975), the track is bound to appeal to PC Music and indie fans alike, providing the perfect soundtrack for afterparties across the globe this summer. It’s what fans have come to expect from Fijitrip, following “Private Social Network.” Where his last single was hard-hitting ’80s extravagance, “Kill the Game” is more wondrous, combining a skittering, heavy beat with twinkling music box melodies.

Speaking on the release, Fijitrip shares: “This record is a personification of my conflicting feelings when it comes to my relationships vs my art. The song is kinda saying ‘’sorry can’t hang, literally HAVE to go and make songs now’’, and that sums up the person I was in my youth and still am. I was never a ‘’cool’’ person when growing up, I always found myself chasing a lot of stereotypes but never finding myself in a happy place, I didn’t go to parties, I wasn’t like that, I was at home learning how to write songs.”

Evidently, Fijitrip’s hard work has paid off. ‘Kill The Game’ serves as an exciting teaser for his upcoming project, 3D, out June 21st. If this single is anything to go by, we are certainly in for a treat. Listen below.

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