And they're back! Mount Kimbie, the much-loved electronic duo comprised of Dominic Maker and Kai Campos, have returned from a hiatus with the brand new song and video "We Go Home Together." And they've even brought along their old pal James Blake for the ride. Watch the video in full above.

Mount Kimbie's last release was 2013's Cold Spring Fault Less Youth, their second full-length. No word yet on whether the new single will appear on a forthcoming third record, but stay tuned.

James Blake, meanwhile, has been busy. Last year he released his massive third album The Colour in Anything, along with producing tracks for Vince Staples' excellent Prima Donna EP. Both efforts made our picks for the best of 2016.

Revisit Mount Kimbie's "Made to Stray" below.

In other music news, MGMT have announced that they are finished with their upcoming fourth album. Get the scoop right here.

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