The Smile, the art-rock trio of Radiohead‘s Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood with Sons of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner, launched the fourth in a collection of spacey, jazz-minded singles on Sunday (April 3). This one’s known as “Pana-vision,” the cinematic title completely befitting the picturesque piano-driven exploration.
The monitor follows The Smiles’ extra guitar-led “Skirting on the Floor,” issued final month, in addition to early singles “The Smoke” and “You Will By no means Work in Tv Once more,” each from January.
Hearken to “Pana-vision” close to the underside of the put up.
The Smile shaped final yr and made their dwell debut in a shock look at that Could’s Glastonbury Pageant. As evidenced within the songs they’ve shared thus far, their music is a welcome sound for followers of Radiohead’s experimental mid-period works comparable to Child A (2000) and Amnesiac (2001).
“The Smile happened from simply eager to work on music with Thom in lockdown,” Greenwood, additionally an completed movie composer, defined to NME in 2021. “We did not have a lot time, however we simply wished to complete some songs collectively. It has been very stop-start, however it’s felt a contented method to make music.”
Pointing to a full The Smile album, he added, “A number of it’s nearly completed. We’re sitting in entrance of a pile of music, figuring out what is going to make the file. We’re considering of how a lot to incorporate, whether or not it is actually completed or if there are a couple of guitars that want fixing. I would hope it will come out quickly, however I am the flawed individual to ask.”
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The Smile, “Pana-vision”
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