The Smile have shared their second-ever single. “The Smoke” follows Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, and Tom Skinner’s debut track “You Will Never Work in Television Again.” Listen to the Smile’s “The Smoke” below.
“The Smoke” is produced by Nigel Godrich and features contributions from Sons of Kemet tuba player Theon Cross and British jazz trumpeter Byron Wallen, who contributed greatly to Greenwood’s score for the film Spencer. Additional contributors include saxophonists Chelsea Carmichael and Jason Yarde, trombonist Nathaniel Cross (brother of Theon), and multi-instrumentalist Robert Stillman.
The Smile will perform three consecutive live shows at Magazine London on January 29 (at 3 p.m. Eastern and 8 p.m. Eastern) and January 30 (at 6 a.m. Eastern). The trio will perform to a seated audience in the round, and the shows will broadcast on a livestream. Paul Dugdale will direct, and Driift will produce.
Source : Pitchfork