David Lynch is streaming “Night – A Landscape With Factory“, an 18-minute collaboration with Marek Zebrowkski.
The piece is from Polish Night Music, which was given a limited release in 2008 and is now being made available on double vinyl from November 13, reports Rolling Stone.
The album will also include a download card to access a four-track live album, Live At The Consulate General Of The Republic Of Poland.
Zebrowski and Lynch first worked together on Lynch’s 2006 film, Inland Empire.
Polish Night Music tracklisting:
1. “Night (City Black Street)”
2. “Night (A Landscape With Factory)”
3. “Night (Interiors)”
4. “Night (A Woman On a Dark Street Corner)”
Live At The Consulate General Of The Republic Of Poland tracklisting:
1. “Night (Memories of Machines)”
2. “Night (Unfilled Dreams)”
3. “Night (The Great Electrical Pants Stand Like Cathedrals)”
4. “Night (Snowfalls Through The Black Leafless Trees)”
Meanwhile, Lynch is working on a memoir, Life & Work, due for release in 2017.
“There’s a lot of bullshit out there about me, in books and all over the Internet,” Lynch said in a statement. “I want to get all the right information in one place, so if someone wants to know something, they can find it here. And I wouldn’t do it with anyone other than Kristine; she and I go way back, and she gets it right.”
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