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It looks like Karen O and Danger Mouse are up to something

Whatever 'Lux Prima' is, they're teasing it hard.
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Published: 9:25 pm, November 15, 2018 Photos: Patrick Gunning.
It looks like Karen O and Danger Mouse are up to something

We don't mean to be all over-excited here, but it looks like Yeah Yeah Yeahs firebrand Karen O and the world's most daring rodent musician Danger Mouse might possibly perhaps maybe be 'up' to 'something'.

A new Instagram with the very informative handle @KarenOandDangerMouse has appeared online, with a trio of posts, one of which is teasing mysterious music. The pair also shared the teaser via their personal Insta accounts, so it's deffo legit.

With the title 'Lux Prima' - which sounds a bit like a loungewear brand for a mid market supermarket - you can check out the posts below.

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