All signs and sources point to Beck dropping his feverishly anticipated Modern Guilt LP in rushed, Raconteurs style. As reported, the album features the inaugural studio partnership between Beck and Danger Mouse, a Cat Power vocal, and according to the Rolling Stone advance listen we posted, it has an “overall 1960s British vibe” with early Pink Floyd in the mix. “Chemtrails” bears out the reference some, BeckMouse keeping it spooky with pitch-bent organs, dryly unaffected bass guitar, vocals in the moan-y register, and powerhouse drumming from Joey Waronker. You can hear 90 seconds of it right now at beck.com by mousing-over the jukebox in the upper-right. Groovy, haunted, all of that. We like it.
UPDATE: Continue the Caribou comparisons with the full song stream, after the jump.