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Clark's New LP Draws on his Eerie Score Work for a Crime Drama

'The Last Panthers' is out March 18.

Clark's longtime label home, Warp, has announced that some of his recent score work will see an official release on March 18 on an album titled after the TV show he soundtracked, The Last Panthers. The English techno deconstructionist, born Chris Clark, revealed at the tail end of 2015 that he'd spent some time putting together a score for the multinational Canal+ crime drama (which also, incidentally, featured a track from David Bowie).


Based on a trailer released alongside the announcement, it seems like the album will feature more of his mind-rending compositions—just a little more spacey and austere. The Last Panthers will be Clark's first full-length release since 2014's self-titled effort, and the direct follow-up to last year's Flame Rave EP, both of which were warped and otherworldly works that suggest exciting possibilities for his soundtrack endeavors.

The record is 19 tracks long and will available in vinyl, limited edition CD, and digital formats.Watch the trailer below and check out the cover up above while you wait for the album's digital and CD release on March 18. A vinyl release will follow on April 29.