After revealing the Joy Division-inspired title for his new album ‘Atrocity Exhibition’, Danny Brown has offered up a little more info on the release.
Speaking to Sway In The Morning, Danny admitted that “everything has changed” since he found success. “I’m getting more popular. I can’t go outside. Shoot,” he laughs, explaining that the three year gap since last album ‘Old’ came about due to a need to “live life to be able to write about it.”
“I was working on it for like three years,” he explains of ‘Atrocity Exhibition’. “I wrote it for two years and I recorded it for a year… I recorded most of it in London with Paul White, who produced most of it.”
Watch the full interview below. ‘Atrocity Exhibition’ is set for an autumn release via Warp Records.