Another track from Earl Sweatshirt's highly anticipated debut album Doris has surfaced, this time featuring fellow Odd Future member Frank Ocean. The two have already collaborated on Frank's "Super Rich Kids", but this time we are treated to a rap verse from the singer. On "Sunday", an organ and live drums set the mood for the two California residents to speak introspectively on relationship issues. Frank also finds space to address his spat with a certain other famous R&B artist, making it clear who he thinks came out the victor.
"Sunday" comes only about a week away from the August 20th release date. It is the most recent of host of great tracks Earl has already shared, including "Chum", "Hive" and "Burgundy". Doris features production from RZA, Tyler, the Creator, The Neptunes and The Alchemist, as well as guest verses from Casey Veggies, Domo Genesis, Vince Staples and Mac Miller. You can pre-order the album on iTunes here.