Air's Jean-Benoît Dunckel Teams Up with Lou Hayter as Tomorrow's World

Air's Jean-Benoît Dunckel Teams Up with Lou Hayter as Tomorrow's World
After soundtracking the 1902 French sci-fi flick Le Voyage Dans La Lune as one half of Air last year, Jean-Benoît Dunckel has taken a break from his beloved day job to debut a new project. Teaming up with London-based singer Lou Hayter, he's started a new group called Tomorrow's World.

The duo have prepared a self-titled debut which sees them exploring cinematic, noirish pop. Lead single "So Long My Love" has its own video already, which can be streamed below.

In a press release, Dunckel explains that he first heard Hayter when she was performing with her solo project the New Sins. He asked her to come record a track with him in Paris, and they ended up creating a whole album.

Tomorrow's World will be available on April 9 via Naïve Records. A new video for the song "Drive" is on its way.

Tomorrow's World:

1. A Heart That Beats For Me
2. Think of Me
3. Drive
4. Pleurer et Chanter
5. So Long My Love
6. Don't Let Them Bring You Down
7. Metropolis
8. You Taste Sweeter
9. Catch Me
10. Life On Earth
11. Inside