Thom Yorke’s New Moon Song Revealed?

While Death Cab’s song “Meet Me on the Equinox” might be announced as a solid inclusion on The Twilight Saga: New Moon‘s soundtrack, and Kings of Leon is decidedly notgoing to appear on the album, details aboutChris Weitz‘s other selections, including Thom Yorke, are yet to be revealed.

Radiohead, which announced that it won’t be producing any new albums any time soon, is having an old song, “Feeling Pulled Apart by Horses,” released according to an announcement on their Dead Air Space webpage.

The announcement was written by Yorke, and announced the “release of two more bits of work shortly.”

Said Yorke,

They are loosely under the Thom Yorke name this time, although these days its all getting kind of blurry.

FeelingPulledApartbyHorses is written & played by Jonny and I and is a radical rework of an old tune thats been kicking around without a home since 2001? i think.

The Hollow Earth is a bass menace that was born out of the Eraser period but needed a little more time.

Rolling Stone had more information about the two songs, and stated that “Feeling Pulled Apart by Horses” “is an older Radiohead track — circa 2001.” The old tune being re-worked, says Rolling Stone, “was originally the parenthetical title for ‘Reckoner,’ a song that eventually emerged in a much different form as the centerpiece of In Rainbows.”

Rolling Stone also opined that “Feeling Pulled Apart by Horses” might be the song being included inThe Twilight Saga: New Moon‘s soundtrack.

Noticeably absent from Yorke’s blurb on Dead Air Space is any mention of whether the song is his contribution to the upcoming soundtrack for the Twilight sequel New Moon, but given the timing of the release — the song will be available on conventional digital music services on October 6th, two weeks before New Moon’s release — “Apart By Horses” still seems to be the frontrunner in terms of Yorke’s contribution.

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