Sorority Noise and The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die were responsible for two of the best albums of last year, and neither band has slowed down the pace in 2016. Sorority Noise released an EP and prepped a new album, which is due out during the first half of next year, and The World Is… put out a 7″ and released a re-recorded version of their Formlessness EP. Now, the two bands have teamed up for a split 7″ featuring a new track from each of them. “Leaf Ellis” starts off in It Kindly Stopped For Me’s pared-back wheelhouse, but gradually builds to an explosive conclusion complete with horns and Cameron Boucher’s cathartic screams, while flip side “Smoke & Felt” keeps Harmlessness’ propulsive bounce and features some impressive overlapping harmonies from the band’s many vocalists. Listen to both via The Fader below.