On Nov. 20, Jonny Greenwood will release Junun, his collaborative album with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur, Indian collective the Rajasthan Express and Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich. Ahead of that day, the LP is streaming in full via NPR. Take a listen below:

The 13-track effort, which is split into two cycles, was recorded in Rajastahn, India, last spring. Director Paul Thomas Anderson captured the album’s making in an accompanying documentary, which premiered at the New York Film Festival last month and is now streaming online. A previous trailer for the film spotlighted album track “Roked.”

You can pre-order the album as a digital download at iTunes or grab it as a double-LP or CD at the Nonesuch website. Check out the artwork and track list at the bottom of the page.

Right now, Greenwood is working with Godrich and his Radiohead bandmates on the English rockers’ ninth album, a follow-up to 2011’s The King of Limbs. In an interview, the guitarist said the band hopes to tour behind the forthcoming full-length sometime next year.

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Junun Track List
Side A:
1. “Junun”
2. “Roked”
3. “Hu”
4. “Chala vahi des”
5. “Kalandar”
6. “Eloah”

Side B:
1. “Julus”
2. “Allah Elohim”
3. “Ahuvi”
4. “Azov”
5. “Junun Brass”
6. “There Are Birds in the Echo Chamber”