Premiere (via The Playlist) is reporting that Mark Mothersbaugh is composing original songs for Wes Anderson’s, currently untitled, next movie. The film is being described as a French musical set in a fictional city in the 1950s. No specific plot details have been revealed for the project and no casting announcements have been made yet. No word yet on whether Mothersbaugh will also be providing the original score. The composer scored Anderson’s first four movies (including Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums), while Alexandre Desplat composed the music for the director’s last several features (including The Grand Budapest Hotel and this year’s Isle of Dogs). Anderson’s untitled musical is set go into production later this fall. A release in 2019 or 2020 is expected.

Mothersbaugh’s other upcoming projects also include The LEGO Movie: The Second Part.