Los Angeles duo THEY. are known for their experimental and eclectic tastes, counting such diverse artists as Kurt Cobain, James Brown, and Taking Back Sunday among their influences. And yet their latest single “Til’ I Die” seems to pay homage to Zach De La Rocha, Tom Morello, and the genre Woodstock ‘99 was said to have killed.

Perhaps some of that has to do with the presence of Dillion Francis on the beats. The Producer/DJ has been known to throw some RATM remixes into his sets, urgently reminding a new generation that some of those who run forces are the same that burn crosses



Regardless of all that noise, “Til’ I Die” is a pulsating banger that blends arena rock, grunge, and trap music into an irresistible end product. Short and sweet, clocking in at under 125 seconds, “Til’ I Die” seems like a song you’d play to hype yourself before a big night up, only to hear it later on at every club you go to. It’s also perfectly structured that it will inevitably be played in sports arenas all over the world.

All of this is a lot of words to try to explain to you that this song f**king owns.

After writing all this further research revealed that this song was actually made for the latest version of Madden, for which it is a perfect fit.

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Had fun making this one for Madden . Till I Die with @dillonfrancis “. out now on all platforms .

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Even if you don’t like this song, best make peace with it now, cause it’s going to be everywhere for a long, long time.

And if you actually don’t like the Dillon Francis x THEY. collab “Til’ I Die”, what is the matter with you and why do you choose to be like this?


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