Tyler, The Creator is feeling reflective in "Sorry Not Sorry," a new song from the upcoming deluxe edition of his 2021 album Call Me If You Get Lost. The Estate Sale, out March 31, also features "Dogtooth," released on Monday (March 27) along with the announcement of the deluxe.
As you may have gleaned from the title, "Sorry Not Sorry" is a partially sincere accounting of Tyler's personal shortcomings while noting how they're exacerbated by the pressures of the world. The frayed, blown-out Dilla-ness of the beat is a nice detour for Tyler, and the self-directed music video is excellent as always, depicting him in different musical eras from Odd Future to Igor to the present day.
“Call Me If You Get Lost was the first album I made with alot of songs that didnt make the final cut,” Tyler wrote on Twitter. “Some of those songs I really love, and knew they would never see the light of day, so Ive decided to put a few of them out.”