Aphex Twin will release a limited line of merchandise this Saturday (24 November) including creepy teddies, face masks and more.
Aphex Twin announced the "retail opportunity" through a cryptic video uploaded to Twitter, before revealing a picture of the full merchandise collection.
The items up for grabs include t-shirts, an Aphex Twin umbrella, a face mask and real creepy teddy bears that featured in his "Donkey Rhubarb" music video back in 2012.
AVAILABLE IN STORE:— Aphex Twin (@AphexTwin) November 22, 2018
LONDON, BLEEP X, 10AM 24 NOV
TOKYO, JOINT HARAJUKU, 12PM 1 DEC pic.twitter.com/udZb2lfYmW
As well as revealing the products, Aphex Twin has revealed two locations (that couldn't be further apart) where fans can get their actual hands on the collection before buying it.
One of the locations is a brand new London record store Bleep X, a pop-up that opened in Dalston on 10 November. The second is in Japan's capital of Tokyo, at Joint Harajuku on on 1 December.
Aphex Twin's most recent release was September's Collapse EP, which he announced through a series of immersive posters located across multiple continents.