Gnarls Barkley's Danger Mouse is too busy on a more urgent new project to promote the sophomore effort.
Gnarls Barkley's highly-expected second album will not arrive as scheduled. The album that was initially set for this September, has been pushed for a next year release.
The reason for the delay is the hectic schedule that one of the duo has. Danger Mouse, real name Brian Burton, won't be able to promote the album this year because he's busy with his new supergroup, Underground Animals. The new project will release an album before the end of this year, thus will consume Mouse's time this year.
A source told The Sun, "Brian has been working with three of the biggest names in music on the Underground Animals album. It's going to be immense."
The not-yet-titled second effort will follow Grammy-winning album 'St. Elsewhere' that shot to prominence through infectious song 'Crazy'.