The Smile have revealed their debut single ‘You Will Never Work In Television Again’.
The new group, comprising of Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood and Sons Of Kemet’s Tom Skinner, have also dropped an accompanying Duncan Loudon-directed lyric video.
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The Smile first unveiled ‘You Will Never Work In Television Again’ during the band’s secret show as part of last year’s Glastonbury event Live At Worthy Farm. The song was produced by Yorke alongside Greenwood’s long-time collaborator Nigel Godrich.
The rock trio have also confirmed that they will play three consecutive live shows in 24 hours at Magazine, London on 29- 30 January 2022. Performing to a seated audience in the round, the shows will also be broadcast via livestream.
Physical + livestream tickets on sale Friday (07 January) at 9am from here
BROADCAST #1: London – 8pm Sat. / New York – 3pm Sat. / Los Angeles – 12pm Sat. / Sydney – 7am Sun. / Tokyo – 5am Sun.
BROADCAST #2: London – 1am Sun. / New York – 8pm Sat. / Los Angeles – 5pm Sat. / Sydney – 12pm Sun. / Tokyo – 10am Sun.
BROADCAST #3: London – 11am Sun. / New York – 6am Sun. / Los Angeles – 3am Sun. / Sydney – 10pm Sun. / Tokyo – 8pm Sun.
The performances will bring together a live show, a livestream and a cinematic film, captured by award-winning director Paul Dugdale and produced by Driift.
Furthermore, the live broadcasts will be available to ticketholders as unlimited on-demand replays for 48 hours from 2pm GMT on 30 January.
Photo Credit: Alex Lake