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Music / December 2, 2020

Thom Yorke, Burial and Four Tet have released a song… we think?

Photograph: Stephanie Sian Smith for the Guardian
Music / December 2, 2020

Thom Yorke, Burial and Four Tet have released a song… we think?

Words: Dylan Murphy

 

According to London record stores Phonica and Sounds of the Universe Burial, Four Tet and Thom Yorke have joined forces on a new double-A side single.

The limited-edition black label features two tracks, ‘Her Revolution’ and ‘His Rope’. Pitchfork reported that they reached out to a representative for XL but they could not confirm the identity of the artists. They did, however, direct people to an Instagram post suggesting the artists involved.

The release follows a 2009 release from Burial and Four Tet named ‘Moth’/’Wolf Club‘. They later teamed up with Thom Yoke for another AA-side named “Ego”/“Mirror.

Back in 2009, Burial and Four Tet joined forces for the single “Moth”/“Wolf Club.” Two years later, the duo reunited, now with Yorke, for another AA-side: “Ego”/“Mirror.” Yorke hinted at another collaboration in 2016, saying, “I did another thing, but the vocal was too dark, according to Kieran [Hebden aka Four Tet]. For me, that’s, ‘Really? Too dark, even for me? OK.’” It’s unclear whether the new single is another undertaking altogether.