Beck has shared a new EP, The Paisley Park Sessions, which he recorded at Prince’s legendary Paisley Park Studios. The Paisley Park Sessions EP is an Amazon original release that features new versions of “Where It’s At”, “Up All Night”, and a medley of Prince hits including “Raspberry Beret”, “When Doves Cry”, “Kiss”, and “1999”.

Beck’s visit to Prince’s legendary Paisley Park Studios in Minneapolis marked the first recording session conducted there by a major artist since Prince’s death in 2016. In a mini-documentary about the session also shared today, Beck explains that “Every studio has its own life to it, kind of special energy. It felt very creative.”

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Stream The Paisley Park Sessions via Amazon Music and watch the documentary short below.

Beck – The Paisley Park Sessions 

Beck – “Behind The Paisley Park Sessions” [Video]

[Video: Beck]

Beck has a new album, Hyperspace, set for release on November 22nd via Capitol Records. Hyperspace is the first full-length release from Beck since 2017’s Colors. Previously released tracks from the new record include “Saw Lightning”, “Hyperlife”, “Uneventful Days”, and “Dark Places”. Appropriately, the album art for Beck’s Paisley Park Sessions is a purple variant of the art for Hyperspace.

For more information on Beck’s forthcoming album head to his website.