Wandering the Tate, I came across "Tate Tracks", an inspired program where artists find a piece that inspires them, then create a track to accompany the piece. The music debuts in the gallery for 30 days, then appears on the Tate Tracks site. From the site:
"Tate Modern invited Union of Knives to walk around the gallery and find a work of art that would inspire them to write a track.
It was Cy Twombly's Quattro Stagioni which blew them away. It's a series of four vast paintings about the cycle of the seasons. They chose it because they 'liked the feeling that it gives of the earth just being one great big creature and the seasons are merely this creature breathing.' The result is their latest track, Four Seasons.