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Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O and Danger Mouse tease new side project ‘Lux Prima’
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Pair have shared mysterious music

Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘ singer Karen O and Danger Mouse have teased new music, announcing side project ‘Lux Prima’.

A new Instagram with the handle @KarenOandDangerMouse has cropped up, with one post that teases mysterious music. You can view the posts below.

Both artists have been working on separate projects over the last year with Danger Mouse producing Parquet Courts’ recent album ‘Wide Awake’ while Karen O released new track ‘YO! MY SAINT’ earlier this year and recently toured with Yeah Yeah Yeahs which included an appearance at London’s All Points East.

Speaking earlier this year, Karen O also recently hinted that her collaboration with Danger Mouse would be coming “early next year”.

“It’s like a collab with a producer so, yeah. It’s finished, we’re just kinda developing [it], like preproduction with the way we’re gonna roll it out,” she said at the time. “[I’ll probably play] some special gigs you know but probably not a world tour!

“It’s probably a handful of some special gigs – but we have some cool stuff cooking up for that!”

The singer also recently revealed that Yeah Yeah Yeahs are looking forward to recording new material together.

Asked if they were ‘feeling the pull’ to work on a new album, she replied: “Yeah, think so! The guys for the most part, I think they’re waiting on my just ‘getting struck by inspiration’ for it, y’know?

“A lot has changed in my life in the last 5 years and I’m just kinda waiting for the inspiration to hit me – and then we’ll go.

She continued: “I just feel like I’ve never really ‘pushed it’, just kinda waited for it to really feel like this overwhelming…”

16/11/2018 02:43:03
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