Back in 2011, the Italian composer Daniele Luppi teamed up with Danger Mouse for Rome, an album that heavily featured both Jack White and Norah Jones. Today, Luppi is announcing a follow-up album, and he made this one with some profoundly different collaborators. Luppi made MILANO, out this fall, with Yeah Yeah Yeahs leader Karen O and with New York postpunks Parquet Courts. And he’s just shared a video for the laconic, rambling Parquet Courts collab “Soul And Cigarette.” Luppi put together the low-tech video himself. Check it out below, via Pitchfork.
MILANO is out 10/27 on 30th Century.