The US artist's latest full-length will be released through Warp in October.
Initial details have emerged regarding the next full-length from Steven Ellison, AKA Flying Lotus.
Pitchfork reports that the forthcoming album—his fourth in total—is titled Until the Quiet Comes and is set to be released through Warp. It follows on from 2010's Cosmogramma and 2008's Los Angeles, both of which were put-out through the long-serving UK imprint. After his appearance on the Cosmogramma's "... And The World Laughs With You," a further collaboration with Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke is said to feature on the new record. Speaking to The Stool Pigeon last week, Ellison said Until the Quiet Comes would include "more moments that are banging" than its predecessor.
Warp will release Until the Quiet Comes on October 2nd.