Yoko Ono turned 80 back in February. As part of this landmark year, her reformed Plastic Ono Band have a new record due on September 17th. Take Me to the Land of Hell is produced by her son Sean, and boasts a remarkable cast of characters that looks something like this:

Yuka C Honda, Keigo "Cornelius" Oyamada, Hirotaka "Shimmy" Shimizu, Yuko Araki, Nels Cline, tUnE-yArDs, Questlove, Ad-Rock & Mike D, Michael Leonhart, Bill Dobrow, Jared Samuel, Shahzad Ismaily, Lenny Kravitz, Andrew Wyatt, Erik Friedlander, Lois Martin, Joyce Hammann, Thomas Bartlett, Douglas Wieselman, Julian Lage, Toyoaki Mishima, Toru Takayama, Christopher Sean Powell, Christopher Allen, Andre Kellman, Michael H. Brauer, Bob Ludwig, Kevin Harper, Mark Bengston, Geoff Thorpe and Greg Kadel.

As part of the plan to release a new, free streaming track from the album every Monday until the release, yesterday saw the unveiling of Bad Dancer featuring new work from ex Beasties Ad-Rock and Mike-D.

An octogenarian in no mood to quit any time soon, Yoko and Sean have embraced a fully modern sound on this new track that you can stream below.

Take Me to the Land of Hell is available in September on Chimera records.


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