Noah Yorke, lad of Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, is backmost with a tender ballad called “Cerebral Key,” which previews his upcoming EP of the aforesaid name. Stream it below.
On the track, the younger Yorke shows disconnected delicate vocals implicit a sparse soft and sax instrumental. “He mislaid himself wrong a dream/ Nobody was definite what it was expected to be,” helium sings, echoing his father’s celebrated falsetto. “It’s wide arsenic day/ Just request immoderate clip and I’m not afraid.”
Over connected Instagram, Yorke excitedly shared that the EP marked his “first clip successful a workplace for my ain work.” He continued by saying, “it was a large experience, and one americium arrogant of the results. it has been a reflective and formative process to constitute and grounds this task for you, and one anticipation you bask it.” See the afloat station below.
Since assisting his dada by playing drums connected the Suspiria soundtrack, Noah has been softly raising his philharmonic profile, archetypal arsenic fractional of the London duo Hex Girlfriend, which began releasing euphony successful 2021.
“Cerebral Key” follows the brace of solo singles Yorke released past year: “It’s Been a Long Time” and “Lucky Black Cat.” In December, helium teamed up with Dylan Gers, lad of Iron Maiden’s Janick Gers, connected the collaborative azygous “Red Skies.”