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At long last, Poppy‘s highly anticipated and extensively teased collab with FEVER 333 has arrived.

“Scary Mask” mixes two very different genres together in a chilling, yet high-energy pop-rock track.

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Jumping between a slow, melancholy beat and a roots metal sound, the track acts as a balanced genre identity crisis with a chaotic FEVER-crafted backdrop.

The singer finally dropped the collab on Twitter today, featuring a chilling album cover of Poppy wearing a “Scary Mask.”

“Scary Mask ft. @fever333out now!” the tweet reads.


After giving a 24-hour drop warning for her fans, the singer continued to tease the track with a lyric snippet a few hours ahead of the release.

“Never gonna take it off, so don’t touch me #scarymask,” the tweet reads.


The song’s music video dropped soon after, giving a horror-inspired backstory corresponding fittingly to the album art.

Check out the video below.

After initially teasing the track in April, the singer and FEVER 333 shared a social media exchange before she eventually confirmed the collab.

Poppy was interview by Billboard at the BBMAs where she revealed the track’s release date and first mentioned FEVER 333.

The artists then doubled down on teasers, with both sharing short video clips of the collab.


“Scary Mask” is available on all platforms now, available here.

What do you think of the new Poppy and Fever 333 collab? Sound off in the comments below!

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