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Thom Yorke announces solo tour with dates in Australia, Singapore and more

Thom Yorke announces solo tour with dates in Australia, Singapore and more

Thom Yorke has announced an upcoming solo tour that includes dates in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Japan.

Although details are scarce, Waste Headquarters – the official site for Radiohead and Radiohead-related news – has today (June 2) shared a preview of the tour schedule, as well as confirmed countries, cities and yet-to-be-disclosed locations where Yorke will perform.

The graphic shows that the trek will be called the “Everything” tour and promises Yorke to “play his entire career's work.”

Last Friday, Yorke shared a clip of herself performing a piano cover of Radiohead's “Bloom,” along with a message urging fans to subscribe. waste“Some new news to come” which is “mainly about Australia and Japan”.

In April, the soundtrack was released, fronted by Radiohead and The Smile hope, an Italian thriller directed by Daniele Lucetti. Physical copies of the album on vinyl and CD will be released on July 12, with pre-orders available at the WASTE merch store.

The film stars Elio Germano, Vittoria Puccini and Isabella Ferrari and follows Pietro Vella as he works at a Roman high school.

A summary hope It says: “He strongly believes in helping students fight for a better future, and Teresa, a brilliant and rebellious student, is completely won over by him and his lessons. Then a few years later they meet again and become lovers. Teresa urges them to share their deepest secrets to create lifelong bonds. But once Pietro really opens up, the relationship ends.

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hope It's the latest score Yorke has composed since first foraying into film music in 2018. Suspiria. He also contributed to the soundtracks of Motherless Brooklyn, children of men And Vanilla Sky.

In March, Yorke debuted a new song from The Smile – “Don't Get Me Started” – at the band's Glasgow concert. The band is touring Europe this month, as well as an additional trek throughout August with support from electronic music producer James Holden.