The track was played as the outro of the band’s recent Lollapalooza set.
Limp Bizkit has officially heard their previously teased single ‘Dad Vibes’ below.
It comes as the band recorded the new single as an outro on their set at July’s Lollapalooza festival.
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At the festival, the band performed a set in which frontman Fred Durst donned a now-infamous ‘retro dad’ look.
‘Dad Vibes’ is now out on YouTube with an official song video centered around Durst and his new look.
Check out the video below:
The arrival of the new song comes after the band updated fans on their next album, announcing that new songs would arrive “in rapid succession, very soon”.
The band’s longtime follow-up to 2011’s ‘Gold Cobra’ is known under the title ‘Disco Elephant Rampage’, but it is unclear whether Limp Bizkit contains new music in this update.
The band announced the title of the fictional album in 2012, and in subsequent years released the singles ‘Ready to Go’ and ‘Endless Slaughter’, all taken from the record.
In June, guitarist Wes Borland offered an update on the album, following several delays due to Durst’s dissatisfaction with his vocals. “We’ve probably been in the studio, over the last 10 years, to try and perfect the record, I want to say, seven times in different studios,” he said. drinks with johnny, a podcast from Avenged Sevenfold’s Johnny Christ.
Last month, Limp Bizkit canceled the rest of their US tour for security reasons. In a statement, the group said: “Due to the utmost care and concern for the safety of the band, crew and all fans, Limp Bizkit shows this Monday and the rest of August tour are being cancelled.