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Dirty Projectors team with Solange and D∆WN for new song “Cool Your Heart” and video — watch

Futuristic jam also features Battles' Tyondai Braxton and RHCP associate Mauro Refosco

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    February 24th marks the release of Dirty Projectors’ new self-titled effort. Following last month’s Kanye West-referencing “Up In Hudson”, the band’s seventh LP is being previewed today with a star-studded single called “Cool Your Heart”.

    The futuristic, feel-good track was co-written by frontman David Longstreth and Solange Knowles, and features guest vocals from experimental R&B singer Dawn Richard, aka D∆WN. According to a press release, the single also includes additional production magic from Tyondai Braxton of Battles and a Bahia beat courtesy of Mauro Refosco, a longtime recording and touring percussionist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Atoms for Peace.

    Take a listen above via the track’s corresponding music video. Directed by That Go (Father John Misty, Bat For Lashes), it stars both Longstreth and Richard as they take a nighttime journey down a deserted California road.

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    Dirty Projectors Tracklist:
    01. Keep Your Name
    02. Death Spiral
    03. Up in Hudson
    04. Work Together
    05. Little Bubble
    06. Winner Take Nothing
    07. Ascent Through Clouds
    08. Cool Your Heart
    09. I See You

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