Radiohead’s Thom Yorke Releases Surprise Album on BitTorrent

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The musician reunites with writer Nigel Gorich for his second solo album, his initial given 2006, that’s accessible for $6 on a file-sharing site.

Thom Yorke is a latest musician to dump a warn album, following in a footsteps of Beyonce Knowles and many recently U2. The Radiohead frontman sensitively expelled “Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes”, his second solo manuscript and his initial in 8 years, on Friday, Sep 26.

The manuscript is digitally accessible for $6 as a BitTorrent Bundle, a new placement plan in that artists will get 90% from a sales of their albums. BitTorrent has published a step-by-step guide to assistance fans entrance Yorke’s new LP.

“Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes” facilities 8 marks including lead singular “A Brain in a Bottle” that comes with a song video. For a follow-up to 2006’s “The Eraser“, Yorke reunited with longtime Radiohead writer Nigel Gorich whom he also works together as Atoms for Peace.

“It’s an examination to see if a mechanics of a complement are something that a ubiquitous open can get a conduct around,” Yorke and Gorich pronounced of a plan in a statement. “If it works well, it could be an effective approach of handing some control of Internet commerce behind to people who are formulating a work, enabling those people who make possibly music, video or any other kind of digital calm to sell it themselves [and] bypassing a self-elected gatekeepers.”

“If it works, anyone can do this accurately as we have done,” they continued. “The swell resource does not need any server uploading or hosting costs or ‘cloud’ malarkey. It’s a self-contained embeddable emporium front. The network not usually carries a traffic, it also hosts a file. The record is in a network.”


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