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Yoko Ono, Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore to Collaborate on New Album
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22 Jun 2012 01:26 PM EST

-by Drew Kolar, Editor-in-Chief; Image: Cover of YOKOKIMTHURSTON (Image Source: Pitchfork)

Yoko Ono, alongside Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, are planning to come together once more in a new mini-album this summer, titled YOKOKIMTHURSTON.

Scheduled for release on September 25 in the U.S. (September 24 internationally) on Chimera Music, the new six-track avant-garde venture will feature the 14-minute single “Early in the Morning,” released this week. Ono’s management confirmed the release to SPIN.

The current single also doubles as a benefit track for Japanese tsunami relief organization, the Ashinga Rainbow House.

Gordon and Moore had previously announced that they would separate after 27 years of marriage back in October. While the Sonic Youth’s future is still uncertain, it appears that the musical couple will maintain a working relationship.

Check out the full track listing for YOKOKIMTHURSTON below:

1. “I Missed You Listening”
2. “Running the Risk”
3. “I Never Told You, Did I?”
4. “Mirror Mirror”
5. “Let’s Get There”
6. “Early in the Morning”

As a bonus, watch the trio perform Ono’s song “Mulberry,” originally from her 2001 album Blueprint for a Sunrise, at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles in October 2010. The collaboration was part of Ono’s “We Are Plastic Ono Band” concert.

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