Grimes Teams Up With Bleachers for New Song 'Entropy' From HBO's 'Girls'

The singer, who previously recorded 'Take It Away' with the band for their 2014 album, reunites with them for the mid-tempo pop jam.

AceShowbiz - A new Grimes song is featured in the fourth season of HBO's hit series "Girls". The Canadian singer/songwriter has joined forces with Bleachers for the mid-tempo pop track called "Entropy" which was premiered through Vevo on Sunday, March 15.

"[Bleachers' frontman Jack Antonoff] is our secret weapon on the show," said "Girls" music supervisor Manish Raval. "With him, we have access to so much: he's an amazing songwriter and producer, he has relationships... A lot of times, we'll just ask, 'What are you working on now? Taylor Swift?' I have no problem tapping into that connection."

This isn't Grimes and Bleachers' first time to have worked together. She previously linked up with the group for "Take It Away" from their 2014 debut album "Strange Desire".

Meanwhile, Grimes recently revealed that she'd decided to entirely scrap her own album because "it was depressing" and she "didn't want to tour it." In a Tumblr post, she explained, "I may release it one day. I throw out music all the time, I have almost 1000 gigs of unreleased music on my hard drive. I just want the next album to be as good as possible."

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