Radiohead's Thom Yorke to release two further solo songs

Frontman to make two more songs available through vinyl release

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Radiohead's Thom Yorke is reportedly set to release a second solo single this month featuring two new compositions.

The frontman had already been announced as set to release a Mark Mulcahy cover, 'All For The Best', on September 7.

Now is reporting that he will release a double A-side 12-inch single, featuring new songs 'Apart By Horses' and 'The Hollow Earth', on September 22 in the USA and Canada.

According to the website 4,000 copies will be released in the USA and Canada, another 4,000 will be released in the UK and 300 will be released in the rest of Europe, on the TBD Records label.

Meanwhile reports that Yorke is set to perform live at a live broadcast of the premiere of forthcoming film 'The Age Of Stupid'.

The broadcast will take place on September 21, and will be shown in cinemas across the globe. Yorke will perform the title track of the eco documentary to close the broadcast. See for more information.

Radiohead closed this year's Reading Festival on Sunday (August 30) following their appearance at the Leeds Festival the previous night (29).

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