We here at SKOA have been fans of The Neighbourhood from the get-go (how could you not be with a song called "Sweater Weather"?), and things are coming together nicely for the band. First, they re-released their debut EP and now they've signed to Columbia Records with a full album in the works. "Let It Go" is the first new material from the band since signing to Columbia, and they're clearly not fucking around. Serving as the b-side to the upcoming 7" single "Thank You", "Let It Go" has a tinge of hip-hop to it, whether it's in the instrumentals or the psuedo-rap stylings of Jesse James Rutherford. In the end, it all works surprisingly well. Check it out below.