Thom Yorke, the leader of Radiohead, released Wednesday its third solo album, the first after Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes in 2014. The “Anima” disc is made in close collaboration with its loyal collaborator Nigel Godrich, producer of Radiohead.
Yorke described the album as “dystopic,” being influenced by his anxieties and fears of world events, as well as the music of Flying Lotus.
“Anima” albums will be available on July 19, including a vinyl edition featuring the “Ladies & Gentlemen, Thank You for Coming” bonus.
The release of the album was accompanied by a short feature that Yorke made with Paul Thomas Anderson.
Yorke will promote her new album through a tour in Europe and North America that will begin next month, according to consequencesofsound.net.