Eyedress has returned with a mellow new single called “Escape From The Killer.”

The track is a bit different than most, as it comes with two different versions: 1994 and 2008. The former sounds more indebted to the shoegaze pioneers of the era, whereas the latter employs acoustic guitars, alt-pop influences, and a slower tempo. The single also follows “Flowers & Chocolate,” which marked Eyedress’ first song since signing with RCA Records.

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At the top of this year, Eyedress shared a punk mixtape called COMMITTING CRIMES, which featured N8NOFACE, Jay Ughh, and others and was free to download on Bandcamp. He also appeared on Joel Madden’s Artist Friendly podcast in February.

Watch the surreal music video for the 2008 version of “Escape From The Killer” below.