Cane Hill Debut Cypress Hill and Everlast Inspired Single “86d -- No Escort”

With just one week to go until they release their highly anticipated semi-acoustic six-track EP Kill The Sun, New Orleans outfit Cane Hill has just premiered their third new single titled “86d – No Escort.”

Talking about the new track which follows up their previously released singles “Kill The Sun” and “Acid Rain,” Cane Hill said: “‘86d — No Escort’ was actually the first song with predominant electronic influence. We wrote it with Drew Fulk and he brought that out of us and helped us shape the rest of the EP. Originally, there weren’t any real drums at all but  Devin [Clark, drummer] really came through, adding the dynamics that he did.”

The band went on to add, “We wanted to go with a really early 2000s vibe on this song and drew inspiration from artists like Everlast and Cypress Hill to get what we got out of it. Overall, it became a catchy as fuck tune that anyone who’s ever been shitty can relate to.”

To check out the calming new track from the usually chaotic Cane Hill, be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to pre-order Kill The Sun before it hits stores January 18th here.