Willis Earl Beal has made a name for himself by extending the art he creates somewhere beyond his signature vocals. His experimental event series “Church of Nobody” has attracted the likes of King Krule with its bare bones approach, and now Beal has surprised listeners with an eight-track stream of “A Place That Doesn’t Exist.”

He’s hinted at the idea of a surprise album before. In an interview with Under the Radar, Beal said

I’ve got a whole other record, and it’s going to be called A Place That Doesn’t Exist, and I’d like to give it away for free.

Stream A Place That Doesn’t Exist below:

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