Listen: Mount Kimbie and King Krule team up on ‘Turtle Neck Man’

Mount Kimbie and King Krule team up on ‘Turtle Neck Man’

It’s an unheard track from the ‘Love What Survives’ sessions.

After releasing ‘Love What Survives’ last year, Mount Kimbie are back with a new track featuring King Krule.

After teaming up together on ‘Blue Train Lines’, as well as announcing a new US tour, they’ve shared ‘Turtle Neck Man’, a previously unheard tune that, as Stereogum points out, originally came from the ‘Love What Survives’ sessions. It’s a short, minute and a half cut from the pair that sees Archy Marshall spinning poetic bars across Kimbie’s overlapping, complex synth landscapes. And no, it’s probably not a tribute to famed turtle neck-wearer Steve Jobs (or is it? Who knows…) 

Mount Kimbie are set to head to this year’s Melt Festival, as well as Green Man and Lost Village

Last year we caught up with Mount Kimbie to talk all about ‘Love What Survives’. Read the full interview here.

Listen to ‘Turtle Neck Man’ below.

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