A video of Jonny Greenwood performing with the London Contemporary Orchestra has been posted online.
The concert took place at Manchester’s Albert Hall last month and, as pointed out by Consequence of Sound, saw the Radiohead guitarist debut some new material alongside selections from his film score work, including music featured in There Will Be Blood, The Master and Norwegian Wood. Click below to watch the newly released footage, recorded by The Boiler Room.
Speaking to BBC Radio Oxford last week, Greenwood gave an update on Radiohead’s next album, revealing that it’s still in its earliest stages: “It always feels when we start up like we still don’t know really how to do it, and we don’t know quite what to do. ‘Looking down avenues’ is a very kind way of putting the kind of fumbling that we do, mainly because every time we try and do it like the last time – because that worked – it never seems to work. So we talk about different approaches and we’re currently trying a bunch out.”
Greenwood’s next release will be the soundtrack to forthcoming film Inherent Vice. The Paul Thomas Anderson-directed piece is due to open in UK cinemas on January 30, with the soundtrack released on December 12.
‘Inherent Vice: The Soundtrack’ tracklist:
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Shasta’
Can – ‘Vitamin C’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Meeting Crocker Fenway’
The Marketts – ‘Here Comes the Ho-Dads’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Spooks’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Shasta Fay’
Minnie Riperton – ‘Les Fleur’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘The Chryskylodon Institute’
Kyu Sakamoto – ‘Sukiyaki’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Adrian Prussia’
Neil Young – ‘Journey Through the Past’
Les Baxter – ‘Simba’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Under the Paving-Stones, the Beach!’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘The Golden Fang’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Amethyst’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Shasta Fay Hepworth’
Chuck Jackson – ‘Any Day Now’