Grimes guests on track by Fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff's solo project Bleachers - listen

The Canadian electronic artist contributes guest vocals to 'Take Me Away'

Grimes guests on track by Fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff's solo project Bleachers - listen

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Grimes features on a new track by Fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff's solo project Bleachers.

The electronic artist has contributed vocals to a song called 'Take Me Away', which features on the debut Bleachers album 'Strange Desires'. The album also features Yoko Ono, on a track called 'I'm Ready To Move On/Wild Heart Reprise', and was released earlier this month Stateside. The album will come out in the UK in February 2015. Listen to the song below.



Grimes recently unveiled a brand new song called 'Go', which the Canadian electronic artist reportedly originally wrote for Rihanna, but was rejected. The song, which features producer Blood Diamonds was premiered live by Grimes at Governors Ball festival in New York last month alongside two other new songs.

Speaking about the song, which is the first new material from the artist – real name Claire Boucher – in almost two years, she commented: "It's our summer jam so we figured we should put it out cuz I am very bored of waiting to finish my album b4 releasing new music haha."

'Go' can be downloaded for free from Grimes' website at Grimesmusic.com. Grimes is expected to release her fourth album, the follow-up to her 2012 album 'Visions' later this year.

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