An unannounced song from the New York band appeared in a Spotify newsletter.
Spotify have accidentally revealed new music from Dirty Projectors.
An email sent to subscribers over the weekend let slip the title and cover art of an unannounced project from the New York group.
The newsletter contains an advertisement that reads: “Little Bubble by Dirty Projectors is now available on Spotify!”. However, the music referred to in the email hasn’t been made available on the streaming service.
It’s unclear whether ‘Little Bubble’ is the title of a new album or track.
In September, the band released a new single ‘Keep Your Name’, their first new material since 2012 ‘About To Die’ EP.
The Brooklyn six-piece put out their sixth and most recent album ‘Swing Lo Magellan’ in 2012.
Since then, Amber Coffman has collaborated with Major Lazer, Snoop Lion and J. Cole. She was also listed as a contributor on Frank Ocean’s ‘Blonde’ album.
Meanwhile, Longstreth co-wrote Kanye West, Rihanna and Paul McCartney’s 2015 hit single ‘FourFiveSeconds’. Both he and fellow band member Nat Baldwin played at rallies earlier this year for Democrat Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Another band member, Olga Bell, released a solo album called ‘Tempo’ in May.
Dirty Projectors formed in 2002 and released their debut album ‘The Glad Fact’ the following year. They collaborated with Talking Heads’ David Byrne in 2008 and Bjork in 2009. In 2012, Solange duetted with the band on a cover of their song ‘Stillness Is The Move’ – watch the performance below.