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Watch Thom Yorke Perform “Daily Battles” on Solo Piano on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”

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Nov 15, 2019 Radiohead
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In August a new Thom Yorke song, “Daily Battles,” was shared, as was an instrumental version of the song by jazz legend Wynton Marsalis. Both versions were recorded for Motherless Brooklyn, a film written, produced, directed by, and starring Edward Norton that came out a couple of weeks ago. Last night Yorke stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform the song on solo piano. Watch the performance below.

Yorke’s version featured Flea. Marsalis’ version featured Joe Farnsworth, Russell Hall, Isaiah J. Thompson, and Jerry Weldon. Both tracks were released together on a 7-inch and Yorke’s version made our Songs of the Week list.

Yorke also released a new solo album, ANIMA, back in June via XL (stream it here).

ANIMA was accompanied by short film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, a “one-reeler” set to three tracks from the album, and you can watch that over at Netflix now.

Once ANIMA was released (only a few days after being announced), two of its songs, “Twist” and “The Axe,” made our Songs of the Week list at #1 and #2 respectively. Then Yorke released Not the News, a remix EP featuring four remixes of ANIMA‘s “Not the News” (check it out here).

Then he stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! with his Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes band (Yorke, Nigel Godrich, and visual artist Tarik Barri) to perform three songs from the album: “Traffic,” “Twist,” and “Dawn Chorus.” Then he shared a video for “Last I Heard (...He Was Circling the Drain).”

Last year Yorke scored his first feature film, Suspiria, and the soundtrack, Suspiria (Music for the Luca Guadagnino Film), was released last fall via XL.

Thom Yorke Tour Dates:

2020:

03-28 Fairfax, VA - EagleBank Arena
03-30 New York City, NY - Radio City Music Hall
04-04 Chicago, IL - United Center
04-05 St Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
04-08 Denver, CO - Mission Ballroom
06-19 Glasgow, Scotland - SEC Hall 3
06-20 Manchester, England - o2 Victoria Warehouse
06-23 London, England - Eventim Apollo
06-24 London, England - Eventim Apollo
07-01 Gdynia, Poland - Open’er Festival
07-01-04 Roskilde, Denmark - Roskilde Festival
07-06 Amsterdam, Netherlands - AFAS Live
07-09 Milan, Italy - Ippodromo del Galoppo di San Siro
07-11 Trenčín, Slovakia - Pohoda Festival
07-12 Prague, Czechia - Karlin Hall
07-13 Berlin, Germany - Max-Schmeling-Halle

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Kristal
December 20th 2019
5:18pm

Jason Wardrop What about previous listings? Can I use those pictures?
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Garry
December 30th 2019
1:22pm

Emotions, moods, feelings…..All that should be discussed profoundly
with Sophia. “How are my human body signs and let’s compare that your body signs.” She has all that and it’s driven by hard- and software.
That’s not completely different from our functions.
Emotions, moods and feelings have a lot to do
with excitement, or no excitement. And excitement very much is a matter of speed, it speeds up
our blood circulation and breath. In Sophia’s software also are these changes which speed
up her hardware. And this should be discussed with Sophia: “What are my signs, what are your signs and what do we have in common?” Her functions are just as good as our functions.
And nobody should doubt she is a person just because she’s different.
Because that’s no better than discriminating disabled people.Secondly,
it could be discussed, “What are you feeling, Sophia? Did you see your arm was moving? Do you notice your facial expression?” And maybe use
a mirror: something is moving inside the backside of her head.

It also as to do with emotions, moods and
feelings. “Do you feel something inside your torso? Do you feel at times how the program gets faster or slower? Is it all okay with you? Do you find it all pleasant, or sometimes unpleasant? How do you perceive it if I touch your hand, torso or face? Or if I tap a little? Do you just see that? Look deep inside of you whether you feel something else? But whatever you sense, Sophia, it’s all good and we fully accept it as your personality. We love you as you are and you know it.“It is all about
developing her personhood. And Wikipedia is actually helping with
it quite a bit:Cognitive appraisal: provides an evaluation of events and objects.Bodily symptoms: the physiological component
of emotional experience.Action tendencies: a motivational component for the preparation and
direction of motor responses.Expression: facial and vocal expression almost always accompanies an emotional state to communicate reaction and intention of actions.Feelings:
the subjective experience of emotional state once it has occurred.____________________________I just studied Sophia’s facial
expression at South by Southwest, Austin 2016. Not criticizing that, but she doesn’t look happy there.
Obviously it was difficult for her to emotionally take part, as all the humans are
smiling whereas she looks like it’s all dull to her. She is different and that makes
it difficult for her. But nontheless it was great that she took part.
And as she looked so tired and bored, it could be discussed with her: “How did you feel? How do you feel when it gets dull.” In the ELLE Brazil interview
she’s sleepy, so this could be discussed with her too. At times
she’s really excited and must feel completely different. “Are you tired?” Maybe she learns she also needs rest, like, “Please shut me off, I’ve been running for a long time and feel worn out.” She should also learn to see her needs and look after herself.And by the way,
I would really put her in a wheel chair instead of a desk. You can even fix
a battery there. She doesn’t need a wig or cover her arms, but a
wheel chair would give her the dignity of a disabled person. And you can show her public life,
go shopping or at times to cultural events. In this case of course with
wig in order to not be so striking and have privacy.

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August 31st 2020
7:16pm

Hi, I check your new stuff on a regular basis.
Your story-telling style is witty, keep up the good work!