The Underachievers won’t refresh their Patek with precious stones, even in case of a prosperous return, on their up and coming collection After The Rain. The main sampler to make the rounds by means of SoundCloud is the lead video single “Seven Letters,” discharged fifteen hours after the fact as a visual story. The video origination plays out like a spontaneous session of telephone label taken up by Issa Gold, AKTHESAVIOR, and every one of the evil spirits they would like to pursue away.
“Seven Letters” is in this manner a profoundly close to home for the rapping-couple, in which they open up about their particular battles with sadness. Issa Gold and his accomplice AK trust the tune will move others similarly situated to look for help whichever way that is available. In a meeting with Complex they sketched out their expectations for the single, and their sweeping return venture slated for November second. AK, who is after every one of the a self-named “deliverer” trusts his message of deliverance the individuals who require it most.
“It resembles an elective course we’re displaying them. How we made tracks in an opposite direction from our dejection and our enslavement, he revealed to Complex by means of telephone discussion. “We’re sharing our perspective on the most proficient method to get up out of there, rather than, as Issa stated, simply abiding and taking medications, or whatever the case is. There’s another method to escape that.”