Today marks the arrival of Beck‘s fourteenth studio album, Hyperspace. The 11-track album released through Capitol Records was co-produced by Beck alongside pop hit-maker Pharrell Williams, and acts as the famous alt-rock artist’s first studio effort since 2017’s Colors.

Similar to practically all of Beck’s creative endeavors, Hyperspace presents listeners with a mixed bag of musical styles and varied production styles. The album features the previously-released singles including “Saw Lightning” (which features Williams playing drums, keyboards, and backing vocals on the track), “Hyperlife”, “Uneventful Days”, and “Dark Places”.

In addition to Pharrell’s substantial contributions, the album features backing vocals by Coldplay’s Chris Martin (on “Stratosphere”) and Sky Ferreira (on “Die Waiting”).

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The album’s arrival on Friday follows the November 11th release of his The Paisley Park Sessions EP, which Beck recorded at Prince’s Paisley Park Studios. The Amazon original release 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 Paisley Park Studios in Minneapolis marked the first recording session conducted there by a major artist since Prince’s death in 2016.

Beck’s next scheduled performance will be at the inaugural Intersect Festival at theLas Vegas Festival Grounds in Las Vegas, NV on December 6th. For more information on upcoming Beck performances, head to his website here.

Stream Hyperspace in full via the Spotify player below.

Beck – Hyperspace