'Dark Night Of The Soul' will be released in June

Details of the forthcoming musical project by Danger Mouse, Sparklehorse and director David Lynch have been exclusively revealed to NME.COM.

Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse have written a 13-song album called ‘Dark Night Of The Soul’ that features vocalists including The StrokesJulian Casablancas, Iggy Pop, Frank Black, The Flaming LipsWayne Coyne and former Grandaddy man Jason Lytle.

The album will come packaged with a book of photographs taken by Lynch (who also sings on the album) to accompany the music. It will retail at £38.99, be limited to 5,000 copies and will be released in June (a final release date is unconfirmed).

There are no plans to release the album as a legal download or on any other formats.

An exhibition will run in the Los Angeles Michael Kohn Gallery from May 30, showcasing the photographs alongside the music.

See the new issue of NME, out now, for interviews with Danger Mouse (real name Brian Burton) and Sparklehorse (real name Mark Linkous).

The full tracklisting of ‘Dark Night Of The Soul’ will be:

Revenge’ (featuring The Flaming Lips)
‘Just War’ (featuring Gruff Rhys)
‘Jaykub’ (featuring Jason Lytle)
‘Little Girl (featuring Julian Casablancas)
‘Angel’s Harp’ (featuring Frank Black)
‘Pain’ (featuring Iggy Pop)
‘Star Eyes (I Can’t Catch It)’ (featuring David Lynch)
‘Everytime I’m With You’ (featuring Jason Lytle)
‘Insane Lullaby’ (featuring James Mercer of The Shins)
‘Daddy’s Gone’ (featuring Nina Persson)
‘The Man Who Played God’ (featuring Suzanne Vega)
‘Grim Augury’ (featuring Vic Chestnutt)
‘Dark Night Of The Soul’ (featuring David Lynch)