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First song to be released from ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ soundtrack

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‘Karen O and the Kids’ – the band put together by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ singer to record the soundtrack for ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ – have put their first single online.

‘All is Love’ was made for the Spike Jonze film and is released today (August 25), but has also gone online on Myspace.

Last week Uncut reported that Karen O was working with collaborators including Bradford Cox from Deerhunter on the album.

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