Former Red Hot Chili Pepper John Frusciante launched his latest LP, Enclosure, into space in an experimental cube satellite called Sat-Jf14. If you're a fan, you can get a mobile app to track it in real time as it orbits the Earth.

Best part is, when the satellite hovers over a your location, you can unlock the album and listen to it before it drops on April 8th. I mean when the album "drops" as in "gets released," not drops from the sky. Although if it dropped from the sky and you found it, that would be pretty rad, too.

Cool idea from Loducca Brazil.

Agency: Loducca Client: Record Collection Title: Sat-JF14 Creative Team: Luiza Valdetaro, Nelson Costa, Raphael Franzini Creative Directors: Cássio Moron, Fábio Saboya, Sérgio Mugnaini Chief Creative Officer: Guga Ketzer Programmers: Adjetiva Tecnologia, Paulo Almeida Technology Director: André Michels Satellite Company: Interorbital Systems Film Production: Record Collection Approval: Jordan Tappis

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