Thom Yorke Teases At New Four Tet and Burial Collaboration
Radiohead's Thom Yorke teases new collaboration on BBC radio show.This article originally appeared on DJ Mag
During his co-hosting of Benji B's BBC Radio 1 show last night, Thom Yorke hinted at forthcomin collaborative work with experimental UK producers Four Tet and Burial.
The Radiohead frontman has worked with the pair in the past, dropping a 12" back in 2011. Yorke said he was "“hoping to do it again soon,” before admitting: “I did another thing, but the vocal was too dark, according to Kieran. For me, that’s ‘Really? Too dark, even for me? OK.'”
During the three-hour programme, Yorke also revealed a Radiohead tour is in the works for 2017 and that he is looking to revisit his Atoms For Peace supergroup, which he formed back in 2009 with members of Red Hot Chili Peppers, R.E.M. and more.
Revisit previous collaborations with Four Tet & Burial