It's part of a new two-tracker...

Burial has shared new track 'Chemz'.

The producer recently linked with Four Tet and Thom Yorke for a one off 12 inch, a physical drop limited to independent record shops.

'Chemz' / 'Dolphinz' is out in February through Hyperdub, and it seems to mark a return to his rave roots.

Chopped up jungle breaks propel 'Chemz' forward, while the woozy female vocal is given some typically painterly Burial touches.

A few voices are claiming that the track samples a Wolf Alice remix - specifically the one below, with a snippet at 4:48.

It's supposedly an element of this:

Hyperdub got in touch following an earlier version of this story, and ruled it out. It does sound similar, though - a coincidence? Or using similar programming?

Tune in now.

Related: Beyond 'Untrue' - Pursuing The Strands Of Burial's Recent Work

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