Muse's Matt Bellamy joined by John Legend, Mars Volta and Flying Lotus on new Kimbra album

Foster The People and Dirty Projectors also appear on singer's second record

Muse frontman Matt Bellamy is among a number of guest stars who will feature on Kimbra's new album 'The Golden Echo'.

The New Zealand born singer, perhaps best known for featuring on Gotye's 2011 single 'Somebody That I Used To Know', recruited Bellamy for '90s Music'', the lead single from her second solo album.

Now the full list of artists who have contributed to the album, which is produced by Rich Costey, has been revealed. John Legend leads the group with The Mars Volta's Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, Dirty Projectors' Dave Longstreth, Foster the People's Mark Foster, Flying Lotus and Thundercat also involved.

Two new songs from the album have been released. See above to hear the John Legend featuring 'Nobody But You', while 'Love In High Places' can be heard below.

Kimbra released her debut solo album 'Vows' in 2011. It featured the singles 'Settle Down' and 'Cameo Lover'.

The full tracklist for 'The Golden Echo' is as follows:

'Teen Heat'
'90s Music'
'Carolina'
'Goldmine'
'Miracle'
'Rescue Him'
'Madhouse'
'Everlovin’ Ya'
'As You Are'
'Love in High Places'
'Nobody But You'
'Waltz Me To Grave'




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