Mount Kimbie release new track 'Turtle Neck Man,' featuring King Krule

Electronic duo Mount Kimbie have shared yet another collaboration with their UK country countryman King Krule. The frequent collaborators and musical mavericks have put out a song titled “Turtle Neck Man” via Warp Records. You can listen to “Turtle Neck Man” below. 

According to Pitchfork, the 82-second track was culled from the Love What Survives sessions, Mount Kimbie’s 2017 album which also contained the King Krule collaboration “Blue Train Lines.” You can watch the video for “Blue Train Lines” above. Love What Survives also features two collaborations with James Blake.

Mount Kimbie is headed out on tour this spring around Love What Survives, the duo perform at Brooklyn Steel on May 25. Find tickets on AXS by clicking here.

King Krule will also head to the States this spring in support of his critically acclaimed album The OOZ. Follow this link to browse AXS for tickets to select King Krule dates.