Brian Eno and Karl Hyde Stream Two 'Someday World' Tracks: Listen Here

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Brian Eno and Karl Hyde to work together. Brian Eno, artist and musician, 1st April 2010; Karl Hyde performs live during a concert at the Frannz Club on April 18, 2013

Roughly six weeks after announcing their forthcoming collab album “Someday World,” renowned producer Brian Eno and Underworld lead Karl Hyde, have released streams of two of the set’s nine songs.

The first single, “Daddy’s Car,” is a groovy blend of funk, dance and pop featuring percussion so developed it required fours hands: drummers John Reynolds and
Chris Vatalaro. Though it’s sparse lyrically, both Eno and Hyde sing on it.

The second cut, "The Satellites," finds Eno taking the lead vocally. "I dream the sound of cars / To drown the satellites," he groans as saxophones sandwich his words.

“Someday World” comes out May 5. For more info on the Brit pair's  album, check out their site.