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Thom Yorke debuts new song Honey Pot at KCRW

Thom Yorke debuts new song Honey Pot at KCRW

While Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich were doing a DJ set at KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic, the two debuted a new song.

Not sure if this should be filed under Radiohead, Thom Yorke or Atoms For Peace, but new song Honey Pot was played for the very first time on the show. Thom Yorke said this started out as a remix for Radiohead’s All I Need “that turned into a new song that no one’s ever heard, and we didn’t know what to do with.” Also new, an untitled “piano sketch” that Thom says he doesn’t even remember writing

Listen to Honey Pot:

The full show at KCRW is available below, with Thom and Nigel playing tracks by Charles Mingus, James Holden, A Nathan Fake remix of Ultraista, The Mercy Tribe, Bjork, Madvillain, Joe Jackson and Beastie Boys. Full tracklist below.

Charles Mingus – Mood Indigo
James Holden — Gone Feral
Ultraista — Party Line
Mursi Tribe/Olivia Wilde — Mursi Song
Hubba Hubba Group — Sumatra RNB
Quasimoto/Mad Villain — Shadows Of Tomorrow
Joe Jackson — Different For Girls
Hello Skinny — Aquarius
Beastie Boys — Root Down
Thom Yorke — Untitled Piano Sketch
Fracture & Neptune — Clissold Machine Drum Vip
Owiny Sigoma Band — Doyol Nyako Nam
Falty DL — Finally Some Shit/The Rain
Philip Jeck — Wipe
Thom Yorke – Honey Pot

6 Comments

  • Let’s file this under Thom Yorke, because if this is what Radiohead is turning into, I’m out.

    • I agree, this sounds like something more suited for Thom Yorke’s solo music style. I love it though!

  • I’ve heard it, and it is amazing.

  • it’s amazing.

  • Now, I listen radiohead music from my Headphones. Really i like radiohead from first album. When radiohead concert in asia?

  • its great band with Thom Yorke ..love radiohead

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