The Haxan Cloak will be lending a helping hand on Björk’s latest studio album.
Spin reports that the Haxan Cloak will be contributing to Björk’s upcoming album, a follow-up to 2011’s Biophilia. The British producer, otherwise known as Bobby Krlic, got the inspiration for his stage name from a silent film about witchcraft and demonic possession from the 1920s titled Häxan.
The heavy bass-infused, atmospheric sounds of the Haxan Cloak are sure to provide an combination with Björk’s outlandish music. The producer has expressed his excitement about the collaboration in an announcement tweet:
I can now share, with equal parts humility and excitement, the last few months I’ve been working with @bjork on her new record. An honour.
— Haxan Cloak (@haxan_cloak) January 6, 2015