Thom Yorke to Release Two More Singles This Month
Turns out, Thom Yorke is taking the whole "no more albums...for now" thing pretty seriously.
After a busy August which saw Yorke and Co. unleash upon the world "Harry Patch (In Memory Of)" and the is-it-really-them? "These Are My Twisted Words," Yorke revealed recently that he'll release two more singles this month.
On Radiohead's Dead Air Space forum, Yorke writes that a 12" with two tracks—"Feeling Pulled Apart By Horses" and "The Hollow Earth"—will be released on Sept. 21. "Horses," Yorke writes, is "a radical rework of an old tune thats been kicking around without a home since 2001," which is the era of Kid A/Amnesiac Radiohead. The second, "The Hollow Earth," is "bass menace that was born out of the Eraser period but needed a little more time."
The tracks are available for pre-order at Radiohead's W.A.S.T.E. site, and, according to Yorke, in record stores around the country, "if you are lucky enough to have one near you."
What a joker, that guy.
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