The Avalanches are teasing a 'collab' with Blood Orange, aka Dev Hynes.
The band have posted a video of a new song being broadcast from Los Angeles' Capitol Tower. An accompanying message - presented in morse code - translates to ‘We Will Always Love You 20.02’ - suggesting it'll be with us tomorrow (20th February).
Los Angeles! The Capitol Tower has a message for you 📡— The Avalanches (@TheAvalanches) February 19, 2020
.-- . / .-- .. .-.. .-.. / .- .-.. .-- .- -.-- ... / .-.. --- ...- . / -.-- --- ..- / ..--- ----- .-.-.- ----- ..---
WWALY 20.02.20 pic.twitter.com/JVGXAbVo9q
That follows a new Facebook cover photo, which listed Blood Orange as 'featuring' on the track.
Before that, there have been cryptic billboards, featuring the message “After we die, what then? We will always love you,” and a link to a website - wwaly.earth. That features a video with audio of morse code spelling out the group's name. Obviously.
It's all in follow up to 2016's second album 'Wildflower', which itself came 16 years after their critically acclaimed debut 'Since I Left You'. With an appearance at All Points East already set for this summer, it's safe to expect more news very soon.