Dante Griffith

Just in time for the weekend, Australian artist Jack Mark Garritty (aka SLOE JACK) is back with new music today in the form of his track "Brain Rot."

The skittering new track arrived Friday along with a gritty, black-and-white video. The new single follows his debut project Backstab, which was released last October, and it comes as he plans to share a surge of new music.

“I was inspired to write this song after witnessing the state of today's youth culture," says SLOE JACK. "The modern world has left the kids lost and afraid to stand up for what they believe in, promoting weakness and low self-esteem. I wrote 'Brain Rot' to disrupt that mode of thinking and instead conjure strength and vitality. I wanted to remind the listener that they are capable and mighty.”

Watch the video now.