Brian Eno and Underworld's Karl Hyde Rev 'Daddy's Car'

Tropical track featured on their upcoming collaboration 'Someday World'

Brian Eno Karl Hyde 'Daddy's Car' Stream 'Someday World'
From Brian Eno and Karl Hyde's 'Someday World' album cover art
Dan Reilly

Apparently Brian Eno and Underworld's Karl Hyde have a thing for cars and space. "Satellites," the first song from their upcoming collaborative album Someday World, featured the lyrics "I dream the sound of cars / To drown the satellites," and the newest cut from the LP, "Daddy's Car," includes much of the same. "Faster than your daddy's car / North star, half moon, torch light, fire," they sing over a bouncing, horn-aided tropical beat. The track also features Fred Gibson, who co-produced the album alongside Eno, as well as Don E, John Reynolds, Chris Vatalaro, and Marianna Champion. Enjoy it below, and pick up Someday World on May 5 via Warp Records

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