Listen to Thom Yorke link up with Mark Pritchard for new song

The song 'Beautiful People' is taken from Pritchard's forthcoming album 'Under The Sun'.

Ben Smith

Date published: 22nd Mar 2016

Image: Mark Pritchard

It's not quite time for the Radiohead release everyone's waiting for, but a new song has premièred on Radio 1 featuring Thom Yorke collaborating with producer Mark Pritchard.

Taken from Pritchard's forthcoming album Under The Sun on Warp Records, Thom doesn't sound half as "fucked off" as he did last week when tickets to Radiohead's show at London's Roundhouse sold out in 20 mins.

The track (listen above): a breeze of serene electronics is "a personal song about loss, hopefulness and chaos, but ultimately the message is love and hope" states Pritchard.

Meanwhile Radiohead's long-time art collaborator Stanley Donwood has come out and described the new Radiohead album as "a work of art", something fans get acquainted with when the band head on a world tour this year. 

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