News for March 28, 2000

by Jonathan on March 28, 2000

“Bjork and Yorke”

Gosh, how long have we waited for this?! Radiohead’s own Thom Yorke has done a duet with the Icelandic goddess, Bjork, according to nme.com. The song, which remains untitled, will be included on the new Lars von Trier film, “Dancer in the Dark”,in which Bjork will be taking her first cinematic leading role.

The film will premier at the Cannes Film Festival and will then open in Britain in September. You can read the NME article here. Before you slag it off as another rumor, check out Bjork’s official website. Stay tuned!
In New Album News

According to Planet Telex, the band has nearly completed recording and will now focus on mixing the album. The album release date could be pushed back until October… Nothing has been confirmed yet.

Check It Out…

Make sure to check out the newest issue of Melody Maker. It has a “Radiohead Revealed” feature with some tidbits about the new album and about Thom’s duet with Bjork. It’s available in all newsagents in Britain.

And Finally, Radiohead’s tour manager in France, Hilda Carr, was on B. Lenoir’s radio show (Radio France) last Thursday. She talked about the tour dates in France and said to tune in this week to find out how to get tickets for the French gigs. (thanks followmearound.com)

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