As if creating some of the greatest mind game movies of all time wasn’t enough to keep us guessing, David Lynch has released a single that wouldn’t sound out of place on a morbidly depressed Daft Punk album. Or Underworld, as some listeners of KCRW’s “Morning Becomes Eclectic” thought when Jason Bentley unveiled the song’s robot love vibe recently.
Due out today through Rob Da Bank‘s Sunday Best imprint on iTunes, “Good Day Today” is backed by the bruised blues of “I Know” and will be released with a series of remixes in January.
â€œIn all my films, I have always been very involved with all that one hears,” Lynch said in a press release. “The creation of this record was a natural extension of my love of sound and music…This feels like a good partnership and I’m looking forward to everyone having a good day today.â€
â€œIf I hadn’t just pinched myself, I’d swear I was dreaming that we’re actually putting out a record by David Lynch,â€ Rob da Bank added. â€œIt proves that not only is he a master director responsible for many of my favorite films, but he’s also a talented producer with an innate sense of how powerful music is and can be. I can’t wait to unleash this fantastic record on the world.”
Sample both of the single’s sides after the jump…