The album will reportedly feature collaborations from Terrance Martin and Laraaji, to name a few. Additionally, the album artwork will feature visuals by Virgil Abloh‘s Alaska-Alaska design firm. The news comes off the heels of the group’s latest single, Signal from the Noise, which came with a Duncan Loudon directed music video featuring the actor from the BBC mockumentary People Just Do Nothing Steve Stamp.
“It took a year or two of just living life to get to the place where the creative process was exciting again and once we actually went in to the studio it was the most concise recording and writing process we’ve ever had. We hope that the improvised studio performances bring the listener closer to our live experience,” the band said in a statement.
Globally loved for their jazzy sound that blends a variety of world genres, the band has done past collaborations with everyone from Tyler, the Creator and Ghostface Killa, to Charlotte Day Wilson and their very own Late Night Tales mix. It’s been five years since their last album, IV.
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