Hear Karen O and Danger Mouse’s new single, “Woman”

Their joint album Lux Prima is out on March 15

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Following the release of the title track last year, Karen O and Danger Mouse have issued another single from their upcoming collaborative album Lux Prima.

Hear “Woman” below:

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“Woman came like a bolt out of the blue when we were in the studio,” says Karen O. “We did a first pass where I was blurting unintelligible words and Danger Mouse and I were like, ‘Dang! That was intense.’ The atmosphere was volatile with it being just after the election. A lot of people felt helpless like you do when you’re a scared kid looking for assurance that everything is gonna be alright. I like to write songs that anyone can relate to but this one felt especially for the inner child in me that needed the bullies out there to know you don’t f*ck with me. I’m a woman now and I’ll protect that inner girl in me from hell and high water.”

Lux Prima will be released by BMG on March 15. Check out the tracklisting below:

1. Lux Prima
2. Ministry
3. Turn The Light
4. Woman
5. Redeemer
6. Drown
7. Leopard’s Tongue
8. Reveries
9. Nox Lumina

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