Thom Yorke to Release 'Anima' Netflix Short and Solo Album

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The nine-track album and Paul Thomas Anderson-directed film will be released on June 27.

Thom Yorke will release his new studio album, Anima, on digital services June 27 at midnight through XL Recordings.

The nine-track effort, written by the Radiohead singer and produced by longtime collaborator Nigel Godrich, will get a physical release July 19 and can be preordered now.

In addition to the album, Yorke is prepping what a press release announcing the project called a "one-reeler," also called Anima, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. Due out on Netflix June 27, it features a score made up of three tracks from the album. The album contains a number of songs that debuted during Yorke's tour with Godrich and Tarik Barri called Tomorrow's Modern Boxes.

A bonus track, "Ladies & Gentlemen, Thank You for Coming," will be available exclusively on the vinyl version of the album. 

Tickets for Yorke, Godrich and Barri's upcoming tour dates go on sale Friday (June 21). Yorke debuted two songs, "Gawpers" and "Don't Fear the Light" during a concert at the Philharmonie de Paris in April. His last solo studio album was 2014's Tomorrow's Modern Boxes.

Watch the Anima preview trailer below, and check out the trio's tour dates here.

Anima track list


"Last I Heard (...He Was Circling the Drain)"


"Dawn Chorus"

"I Am a Very Rude Person"

"Not the News"

"The Axe"

"Impossible Knots"


This article was originally published by Billboard.