Due out in November on Warp, the 75-minute composition is a continuation of Eno's Music for Thinking series.
According to the label, LUX follows in the same tradition as Eno's most seminal ambient long-players, namely Music For Films, Music For Airports and Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks. Eno himself considers it a continuation of his Music For Thinking series, which includes the albums Discreet Music and Neroli. LUX consists of 12 parts (split into four tracks) that form a single 75-minute composition. It's the visionary artist's first solo album since 2005's Another Day On Earth, and his third for Warp, after the collaborative projects Small Craft on a Milk Sea and Drums Between The Bells.
LUX will be released digitally, on vinyl and on CD. The vinyl version comes in a gatefold sleeve with four 300x300mm prints, plus a download redemption code (the CD comes with four smaller prints).
1. LUX 1
2. LUX 2
3. LUX 3
4. LUX 4
Warp Records will release LUX on December 10th, 2012.