An homage to comic books and video games the '80s and '90s, the visual kicks f with a "choose your fighter"-style run-down a number hip twentysomethings, who stand stock-still as their characteristics and special skills (think drop kick, laser drive and force punch) flash on screen.
As each player faces f against Wavey Davey, the gladiator alter ego Glass Animals' Dave Bayley, the frontman cedes the floor to Curry for a mile-a-minute verse that gives the track its title. "Everything gotta be eighty, you keep the twenty percentage/ You know that I get it, I'm on it, I'm in it/ If you try and take it, the clip get extended/ I'm back on my bulls–t like Jordan on Pippen/ If this is my life then I'm Tokyo driftin'," the rapper fires f over a kinetic, trap-heavy beat.
"Tokyo Drifting" is the British fourpiece's latest collaboration in their ongoing "Fresh Fruit" series (following 2015's "Lose Control" with Joey Bada$$), and marks the band's first new music since releasing their sophomore LP How to Be a Human Being in 2016.
Watch the video for "Tokyo Drifting" below.