Zola Jesus, Wayne Coyne and Duran Duran will also be joining to reinterpret the music of Lynch in concert
Twin Peaks auteur David Lynch hasn't just been busy cooking up nightmarish cinematic scenes for the last ten years; he's also been running the David Lynch Foundation, a nonprofit organisation that spreads his gospel of transcendental meditation. To mark the occasion, Lynch has enlisted an all-star list of musicians – including Sky Ferreira, Zola Jesus and Karen O – to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the charity with a concert called The Music of David Lynch.
The star-studded assembly will be be performing songs from Lynch's back catalogue, including music from Twin Peaks, his films and of course, his own forays into music. Lynch collaborator and composer Angelo Badalamenti will also be joining the gig, along with Duran Duran, Moby and Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne.
One of the aims of the Foundation is helping army veterans and African war refugees with PTSD to overcome their symptoms with meditation. The concert takes place on April 1, with all proceeds going to the charity. So if you can't afford to buy Lynch's line of branded yoga gear, this is probably a way more enjoyable (and cheaper) option.
You can buy for The Music of David Lynch here.
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