Back in October, Sons of an Illustrious Father returned in a big way with the promise of new music, upcoming tour dates, and, most surprisingly, a new band name. Under the moniker Oddkin, the now-duo of Lilah Larson and Ezra Miller have made quick work of those promises with their first release under the name dropping just over a month later via a self-titled EP, with a brief string of tour dates kicking off at the beginning of December. The release, which drops today, features five new tracks, with production duty split between Larson and the ever-in-demand Chris Coady.
Along with the new EP, today the duo is sharing a wonky visual for the single “Straighty Perry,” which, as the name suggests, is a bizarre contemplation of gender and sexuality norms. Paired with the theatrical and nearly cabaret instrumentation, the simple task of applying makeup backstage turns into a nightmarish, neon wormhole of panicked gender dysphoria for Larson which peaks with them ripping a killer guitar solo. Watch it unfold below, and dive into the full EP here.