May 6, 2009 17:32

Danger Mouse's joint project Dark Night Of The Soul debuts online

Joint project with Sparklehorse and David Lynch streamed online

Danger Mouse's joint project Dark Night Of The Soul debuts online
Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse's joint project,
Dark Night Of The Soul - a collaborative multimedia effort featuring the likes of Pixies' Black Francis, Gruff Rhys of Super Furry Animals, Iggy Pop and Julian Casablancas of The Strokes
- briefly previewed online last night (May 6).

The album, titled 'Dark Night Of The Soul', was streamed in its entirety on the Chrysalis blog.

Meanwhile, the joint project which also fatures film director David Lynch contributing visual components, including a book, to the project will be released early in June

Additionally, an art installation is set to debut in Los Angeles on May 30 and run through July 11 at the Michael Kohn Gallery. The installation will feature music from the album and photos from the book.

NME will have exclusive news about this project in next week's issue - which is on sale from May 13 in the UK - plus stay tuned to NME.COM for all the latest on 'Dark Night Of The Soul'.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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