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Spiritualized, Beach House and Youth Lagoon's 'Space Project' album streamed online – listen

Spiritualized, Beach House and Youth Lagoon's 'Space Project' album streamed online – listen

The Space Project compilation album featuring songs by a host artists including Spiritualized, Beach House and Youth Lagoon has been made available to stream online.

The LP, which features 14 tracks and will be released on April 19 for Record Store Day, incorporates sounds recorded in space during the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 space probes. You can listen to the album courtesy of NPR here.

Spiritualized, who appear under the name The Spiritualized Mississippi Space Program, streamed a new track called 'Always Together With You (The Bridge Song)', from the record earlier this year.

The LP also features Mutual Benefit, The Antlers, Blues Control, Benoit & Sergio, Porcelain Raft, and others. It will be available on vinyl, CD, and as a seven-inch box set.

The 'Space Project' tracklisting is:

Jupiter
A: Porcelain Raft, 'Giove'
B: The Antlers, 'Jupiter'

Miranda
A: Mutual Benefit, 'Terraform'
B: Anna Meredith, 'Miranda'

Neptune
A: The Spiritualized Mississippi Space Program, 'Always Together With You (The Bridge Song)'?
B: The Holydrug Couple, 'Amphitrites Lost'

Uranus
A: Youth Lagoon, 'Worms'
B: Blues Control, 'Blues Danube'

Saturn
A: Beach House, 'Saturn Song'
B: Zomes, 'Moonlet'

Earth
A: Absolutely Free, 'EARTH I'?
B: Jesu, 'Song of Earth'

Io
A: Benoit & Sergio, 'Long Neglected Words'
B: Larry Gus, 'Sphere of Io (For Georg Cantor)'

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