Labrinth, Sia And Diplo Share New LSD Track Mountains

Friday, 02 November 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: JUCO

LSD have released a new single, Mountains.

The song begins with Sia and Labrinth singing some hymn-like bars before Diplo drops a dance beat and handclaps to get the party started. The song richochets back and forth between the two themes, making for an odd, but interesting number.

Mountains is the title track of the group's new EP, which brings together previous singles Thunderclouds, Audio and Genius. Head below to check out all four.

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