Trip-hop pioneer, Tricky for some represents an exploratory time in music — an angst against mainstream music. Nirvana were doing it in the states, Tricky represented the UK movement. Maxiquaye was Tricky at the pinnacle of his career; he could do no wrong and oftentimes when you receive that kind of success, you are expected to churn out the same thing over and over. False Idols represents Tricky getting back to his authentic self, and with this first single, “Nothing’s Changed” featuring the vocals of Francesca Belmonte shows that Tricky still reigns supreme. False Idols is scheduled to release May 28th on his label imprint False Idols through !K7 Records and will have guest appearances of Nneka, Peter Silberman (of The Antlers), and Fifi Rong. Check it out below!