THE STREETS, Mike Skinner’s crossover original pirate million-sellers, have shared another track ahead of the release of the mixtape None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive tomorrow, July 10th.

It’s a stark and reflective, piano-led number in the vein of “Dry Your Eyes”, looking at the rawer side of a lovelife, and features the collaborative talents of East London’s Hak Baker. 

“Falling Down is an accident, staying down is a choice,” Mike intones over the slow breaks. “Took a little trip, rough, yeah,” answers Hak. Have a listen, below.

None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive promises an eclectic array of tuneage, featuring as it does such diverse talents as Idles’ Joe Talbot, South London rhyme talent Chris Lorenzo, and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker.

Mike has also announced a dozen British ‘drive-in’ dates for July and August, at which you can “come together and experience safely from your own designated area.

The dates are as follows:

Leeds East Airport, Tuesday, July 28th;

University of Bolton Stadium, Wednesday, July 29th;

Central Docks, Liverpool Waters, Friday, July 31st;

The Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, Saturday, August 1st;

Teeside International Airport, Darlington, Sunday, August 2nd;

Lincolnshire Showground, Lincoln, Wednesday, August 5th;

The July Course, Newmarket Racecourse, Friday, August 7th;

Cheltenham Racecourse, Saturday, August 8th;

Filton Airfield, Bristol, Sunday, August 9th;

Venue tbc, London, Tuesday, August 11th, and

The Resorts World Arena at the NEC, Birmingham, Wednesday, August 12th.

For tickets and more details, visit https://www.livenation.co.uk/

The Streets’ None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive is available to order here.