By Kevin Rutherford
Kimbra‘s upcoming new album just got a fairly big boost in the form of a high profile guest star.
Muse frontman Matt Bellamy will feature on the Australian singer’s currently-untitled new LP, Faster Louder reports. The first single from the record, the name of which has not been released, includes Bellamy on guitar, though whether he contributed vocals is unknown.
Bellamy isn’t the only artist Kimbra’s worked with for the Rich Costey-produced album. According to NME, the singer, who famously collaborated with Gotye on the GRAMMY-winning “Somebody That I Used to Know,” also recorded with John Legend, Daniel Johns of Silverchair and Foster the People‘s Mark Foster, among others. The album does not have a timetable for release at the moment.
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