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Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O and cult film director David Lynch have posted their collaboration track ‘Pinky’s Dream’ online – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.

The track is taken from Lynch’s debut album ‘Crazy Clown Time’, which is released on November 7 on the Sunday Best label.

Lynch, who is best known as the visionary behind films such as Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive, has described the LP as “modern blues”. He said: “The love of experimenting with sound and music is what was driving this boat. All of the songs on the album started as a jam. The jams eventually found a form and lyrics appeared.”

The director will play the guitar and sing on the album. The full tracklisting for ‘Crazy Clown Time’ is as follows:

‘Pinky’s Dream’
‘Good Day Today’
‘So Glad’
‘Noah’s Ark’
‘Football Game’
‘I Know’
‘Strange And Unproductive Thinking’
‘The Night Bell With Lightning’
‘Stone’s Gone Up’
‘Crazy Clown Time’
‘These Are My Friends’
‘Speed Roadster’
‘Movin’ On’
‘She Rise Up’




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