Out now: Philadelphia-based experiemental indietronica artist Kilamanzego‘s latest single and music video, “Remember Myself.” The track is a rhythmic layering of buzzing beats and static noise supporting the triumphant sentiment, “I remember me just fine, I’m an outsider.” “Remember Myself” is part of Kilamanzego’s next body of work, the Black Weirdo EP, out July 28th on Get Better Records.

“Ever wondering what it’s like to be an outsider?” asks Kilamanzego (a play on “kill man’s ego”) on Instagram. She’s referencing the classic and famously banned book The Outsiders in which two gangs fight violently over socioeconomic differences. In Kilamanzego’s version, familiar Philly faces like Sadie Dupuis and Joey Doubek of Speedy Ortiz, rapper Loji, and Crooks & Nannies’ Sam Huntington star as foes throwing fists and wielding baseball bats. The harrowing narrative ends with a shot of Kilamanzego, standing over the camera, wearing a Black Lives Matter t-shirt.

Watch the video for “Remember Myself” below, and get your tickets now for Kilamanzego’s show and EP release party at PhilaMOCA on July 8th. More information is available via the WXPN Concerts and Events page.

Kilamanzego - "Remember Myself"