Devendra Banhart has announced his first album in three years, Ma, alongside revealing the lead single "Kantori Ongaku".
"Kantori Ongaku" follows on from Banhart's "Volta e Meia" single that landed in April.
Banhart's forthcoming Ma album is his first since 2016's Ape in Pink Marble, and was recorded between an old temple in Kyoto, Japan, 64 Sound and Sea Horse Studios in LA, and Anderson Canyon in Big Sur.
Ma saw bnahart team up with producer/musician Noah Georgeson. The record features contributions from Cate Le Bon on "Now All Gone", and a Vashti Bunyan duet on "Will I See You Tonight".
Three tracks on the record are in Spanish, and one is in Portuguese.