Get hyped for What So Not's upcoming EP with its title track, Divide & Conquer

Get hyped for What So Not's upcoming EP with its title track, Divide & Conquer

Divide & Conquer (the EP) is out September 9 and includes collaborations with Kimbra, GANZ and more.

Between June's George Maple and Rome Fortune featuring slow-burner Buried and the unveiling of his collaboration with GTA last week, the hype for What So Not's forthcoming EP Divide & Conquer has gone well past fever-pitch. Due out September 9th (which is only a few weeks away, FYI), the eight-track EP is set to feature the previously-mentioned two tracks and his already-released collaboration with GANZ and JOY., as well as yet-to-be-released bangers featuring Kimbra and Burns. Today brings the next teaser of the EP, this time in the form of the EP's absolutely gigantic title track, which you would've heard before if you've seen the Australian don live anytime in the past few months (it's his current set opener). It takes a while for Divide & Conquer to get pumping, with a steadily-building synth melody that unexpectedly explodes just after the one minute mark. It's dark and heavy, punching with gritty bass stabs and a more distorted take on the opening synth line. After a further minute of the onslaught, What So Not dials it back a notch for an almost Western-themed guitar breakdown that you could easily hear underneath Tarantino's next epic, which quickly makes way for another dose of that bassy goodness.

Listen to the track below via Spotify, and pre-order the Divide & Conquer EP on iTunes HERE.

What So Not - Divide & Conquer EP Tracklisting:

1. Divide & Conquer

2. Severance

3. Lone (feat. JOY.) - w/ GANZ

4. Buried (feat. Rome Fortune) - w/ George Maple

5. Montreal (feat. Kimbra)

6. Trust w/ BURNS

7. Adieu

8. Feel It (feat. Tunji Ige) - w/ GTA

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