Sacred Bones Reveals Limited David Lynch LP For Record Store Day

Sacred Bones have added yet another David Lynch album to their growing list of projects with the iconic director/musician. Due out April 19th for Record Store Day, The Air is on Fire is a two-part limited vinyl pressing of the installation piece Lynch composed with his sound engineer (Dean Hurley) for a retrospective art exhibition at Paris’ Fondation Cartier museum in 2007.

According to a press release, “The soundscape taps into the full history of experimental, minimal and electronic music, while blurring the line between music and sound design and exploring some of the same depths the director plumbed on the soundtrack to Eraserhead. This is challenging music, but it’s injected with the same approachability that characterizes much of Lynch’s work. He lulls you in with his warm synthesizer strains and hits you with glitchy, hissing percussion and groaning, industrial menace.”

Listen to an interview with Hurley about his creative process with Lynch down below…