On paper, this didn't look like something I needed to chase after...it sounded like yet another unnecessary vanity project trying to be weird for the sake of weird (and the fact that Sean Lennon once tried to put the moves on my lady friend has likely left me with a lingering grudge, which probably isn't fair...it means we both have good taste in women, right? I digress.)
Happy to say I couldn't have been more wrong. His pairing with bass magician Les Claypool has created the "song I've streamed most in 2016, so far"; a swirling eight-minute dervish of lush psychedelia and acid imagery that would have been beautifully at home on The Magical Mystery Tour. Now I find myself eagerly awaiting the full project. It has been too long since rock music was this effortlessly outlandish and straight-up fun. Hear the track by clicking here.