Over the weekend, Hunter passed along a new mp3 for a song called "Accomplice." It's a bit of a deviation, even from his own brand of "stadium lo-fi." To us, that means more and more proof of the 21-year-old Hunter's home-production genius. According to Hunter, it's a " ."
Far as I can tell, that means a whole boatload of distortion, some break beats, a little Trent Reznor influence, some pop undertones and bass, bass, bass. 2011 is gonna be a weird year, dudes.
After the jump, give the song a much merited stream and download.
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