The two-tracker features an epic track recorded on his recent tour.

Floating Points will follow up last year’s Eleania album with a two-track EP through his Pluto label in July.

As the label explains, the 12″ and digital release features a live favourite called ‘Kuiper’ that was written after the producer started touring with his live band, and is “completely different” each time it’s played.

The record features an 18-minute version recorded by the band at 8am, and features alongside B-side track ‘For Marmish Part II’, which is an early version of the same track on Eleania that includes the producer on vocals.

The Kuiper EP is released on July 22, and can be pre-ordered at the Floating Points website. It follows his first US tour, which takes place across April and May.

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