Yorke co-wrote music for the latter with the filmmaker.
Not convinced? Check it out. Now, archival footage of Yorke in his college band has been posted to YouTube, including an early, faster version of “High and Dry” off Radiohead’s sophomore album The Bends. You can watch the video below.
The 22-minute improvisational recital, which features Yorke alongside other Exeter University students, is chock-full of arrangements that are discordant, wandering, and downright odd.
Producer Nigel Godrich provided an update on Radiohead’s progress on their new album by posting a photo of frontman Thom Yorke in the studio.
Radiohead drummer, Phillip Selway has recently discussed how the new album is coming along, saying, “Come September it just becomes quite a full schedule”. However, they have been working on their next album for a little while now.
We’re glad that Yorke was reunited with his home-town bookish band On A Friday (soon to be ‘Head) not long after. You can listen to the whole interview here.