Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke recently debuted an unreleased new song during a radio appearance at KCRW with longtime Radiohead engineer/Atoms for Peace member Nigel Godrich. Now, thanks to the power of YouTube, fans around the world can enjoy the track.
Described by Yorke as “a remix of [Radiohead’s In Rainbows track] ‘All I Need’ that turned into a new song that no one’s ever heard and we didn’t know what to do with,” “Honey Pot” is a timid indie jam that doesn’t fall too far outside the singer’s usual output. It’s hard to get a full grasp of the track through a live performance, but something tells me fans of Yorke will think it sounds just fine. You can view the debut of “Honey Pot” at the end of this post.
As Yorke mentions in the video, it’s unclear when “Honey Pot” will surface on a record, and even if it does it could be recorded by any one of the singer’s projects. Comment below and let us know your thoughts on the single, and then let us know who (if anyone) should release it.
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