David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti Are Releasing a Lost Jazz Collaboration from the '90s

Recorded in 1992 and 1993, 'Thought Gang' will finally arrive in November
David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti Are Releasing a Lost Jazz Collaboration from the '90s
Having crafted the iconic Twin Peaks score together, David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti are no strangers to collaboration. Still, not everything has seen the light of day — later this year, a long lost jazz album from the pair will finally be released.

From 1992 to 1993, Lynch and Badalamenti teamed up to record a self-titled album under the name Thought Gang. The 12-song release was never released, but will finally see the light of day on November 2 through Sacred Bones

Lynch and Badalamenti have teased the release with a new music video for he song "Woodcutters from Fiery Ships." Of the piece, Lynch said, ""It is a short video featuring my friends the ants, along with cheese, etc. and one and a half tracks from the upcoming Thought Gang album."

Watch the video for "Woodcutters from Fiery Ships" below.

Thought Gang:

01. Stalin Revisited
02. Logic and Common Sense
03. One Dog Bark
04. Woodcutters From Fiery Ships
05. A Real Indication
06. Jack Pains It Red
07. A Meaningless Conversation
08. Frank 2000 Prelude
09. Multi-Tempo Wind Boogie
10. The Black Dog Runs at Night
11. Frank 2000
12. Summer Night Noise