Next month, we’ll get to hear Cashmere, the debut full-length from Swet Shop Boys, the duo of former Das Racist member Heems and the British actor and rapper Riz Ahmed. “T5,” the album’s opening track is a playful-but-angry song about always being racially profiled while going through airport customs. And the song’s brand-new video takes on that same sensibility, showing the two rappers getting stuck in increasingly ridiculous customs situations while trying to make their flights. Sofian Khan directed the video, and you can watch it below, via The FADER.
Cashmere is out 10/14 on Swet Shop Boys’ own label Customs. Pre-order it here.