June 26, 2008 16:05

Thom Yorke's brother to release debut solo album

Andy Yorke was previously a member of Oxford trio The Unbelievable Truth

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Thom Yorke's brother Andy Yorke is set to release his debut album as a solo artist next month.

'Simple', released on July 14, is the first release from Yorke since he disbanded his group, The Unbelievable Truth, in 2000.

The band only released two albums, 1998's 'Almost Here' and 2000's 'Sorrythankyou', before Yorke quit music to live in Russia.

His former bandmates, Nigel Powell and Jason Moulster, backed him up on the album on drums and bass, respectively.

The singer-songwriter's album launch takes place at London's 229 on July 16.

To check the availability of Andy Yorke tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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