Danny Brown’s detailed his new album, ‘Atrocity Exhibition’

Out this September, the Joy Division homage is also influenced by Björk, Talking Heads and System Of A Down.

After revealing its title a few weeks back, Danny Brown has detailed his new album ‘Atrocity Exhibition’.

Taking its name from a Joy Division track, he’s also revealed that the album is influenced by Björk, Talking Heads and System Of A Down. Which is up there with Biffy Clyro’s “Deafheaven meets Tears For Fears meets Death Grips” statement in the ‘alrighty then mate!’ stakes.

It’s due September 30th via Warp Records - check out the artwork below its very exciting tracklist - ‘Really Doe’ sounds like it’s going to be a bit of alright, to be honest.

01. Downward Spiral
02. Tell Me What I Don’t Know
03. Rolling Stone (feat. Petite Noir)
04. Really Doe (feat. Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul & Earl Sweatshirt)
05. Lost
06. Ain’t It Funny
07. Goldust
08. White Lines
09. Pneumonia
10. Dance In The Water
11. From The Ground (feat. Kelela)
12. When It Rain
13. Today
14. Get Hi (feat. B-Real)
15. Hell For It

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