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Less than two months after releasing his long-awaited album, Jay Electronica is back on a new track with Lil Silva and Dave Bayley of Glass Animals. The song is titled "Love Galaxy," and it is an official single from English producer/songwriter Paul Epworth's forthcoming debut solo album.

“The title was meant to be a little bit ironic, but I guess I was trying find this kind of weird Meters, Steve Miller Band sort of cosmic-funk," Epworth told NME of "Love Galaxy." "The whole album is like a space concept album. So this really feels like a key track. I guess I had this image in my head of it feeling like a Coen Brothers movie in space. I was very lucky to some amazing vocal performances on it from Lil Silva and the legend that is Jay Electronica.”

The space-themed single is accompanied by an equally cosmic music video, which is the work of a motion designer that goes by the name of Kidmograph. You can watch the clip below, as Epworth's solo album, titled Voyager, is due out this summer.

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