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Jonny Greenwood (Radiohead) saying he is recording music with Radiohead (among other things)

Beside his work with Radiohead, Jonny Greenwood has already a few soundtrack scores on his resume, like Simon Pummell’s ‘Bodysong’ in 2003, and Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘There Will Be Blood’, in 2007, a series of bleak, scary – and how fitting – instrumentals which was brilliantly serving a fantastic movie, and for which he got a nomination at the 2008 Grammys.
His latest projects? A soundtrack performed by the BBC Concert orchestra for a Japanese movie, ‘Norwegian Wood’, and another one for ‘We need to talk about Kevin’, a film with Tilda Swinton, directed by Lynne Ramsay, and about a woman going on a murderous rampage with her son.

Regarding this last score, he said in an interview to the BBC: ‘We used this harpist called Jean Kelly, who plays harp strung with metal strings, so it sounds like nothing you have heard, wonderful’.

But these different news tidbits were not the most intriguing parts of the interview, but rather what Greenwood said related to his work with Radiohead:

‘We are recording with Radiohead, and rehearsing, playing and making music and working out what to do. We have stopped planning ahead very far, just making music and wondering where to go next and what to do’.

I admit it it’s very vague, but many have concluded – because he said ‘are recording’, and ‘making music’ – that Radiohead was currently recording the second part of ‘The King of Limbs’. I don’t know, why didn’t this journalist ask him a straightforward question when he was at it! A missed opportunity

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