Frontman will bring 'Tomorrow's Modern Boxes' solo album to Turin event
Thom Yorke has been confirmed as headliner for Italy’s Club To Club festival.
The Turin-based festival will take place in November with Yorke set to play a solo set on the Friday night. Yorke will be playing material from 2014 solo album ‘Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes’ with producer and collaborator Nigel Godrich, Visuals will be provided by Tarik Barri.
Also confirmed for the festival, which runs between November 4-8, are Battles, Jamie xx, Oneohtrix Point Never, Four Tet, Nicolas Jaar and Todd Terje.
Additionally, there will also be performances from Hyperdub boss Kode9, XL Recordings’ Powell, Tri Angle’s Rabit, Mumdance, Logos, Holly Herndon, Apparat, Floating Points, LA Priest, Jeff Mills, Andy Stott and Novelist.
Meanwhile, Radiohead are currently in the studio working on their latest album. The group’s upcoming ninth album will be their follow-up to 2011’s ‘The King Of Limbs’, with guitarist Jonny Greenwood recently confirming that they’re working in the studio “in periods” and that restarting the process “took a lot of time”.
Drummer Phil Selway also stated that work on the album would “become a full schedule” during September and that the band are “back into” working on the LP.
In addition to this, Yorke recently revealed that he will compose new music for an upcoming production of Harold Pinter’s Old Times in New York.