The Flaming Lips have posted up audio of their forthcoming collaborative LP with Bon Iver and Yoko Ono online.
Frontman Wayne Coyne took to Twitter to upload his collaboration with the former. He wrote: “Yes! Bon Iver track is coming along!”
Other collaborations on the record, which is due for release for Record Store Day on April 21, include Nick Cave, Ke$ha, Lykke Li and Erykah Badu.
Speaking about the collaborators, the singer previously said: “All these things happen within a couple of days. You set up these [collaborations] in your mind and immediately get to work. Sometimes it just takes a matter of connecting.”
The frontman had previously made his desire to work with both Ke$ha and Lykke Li public last October, and also spoke of the Flaming Lips’ collaboration with Nick Cave,
Last year, The Flaming Lips released a 24-hour long track to coincide with Halloween. The song, titled ‘7 Skies H3’, was embedded in a hard drive inside 13 actual human skulls topped with chrome drips – and was available to buy for a cool $5,000 (£3,100) a pop.