The track is on Pritchard's new album, Under The Sun

Thom Yorke has appared on a track called “Beautiful People”, which has been taken from Mark Pritchard‘s forthcoming album, Under The Sun.

Although the two artists hadn’t formally collaborated until now, Pritchard previously remixed Radiohead’s “Bloom”, taken from the band’s last full-length, 2011’s King Of Limbs.

“The original instrumental to ‘Beautiful People’ is a personal song about loss, hopelessness and chaos, but ultimately the message is love and hope,” Pritchard said of the song.

“Thom’s contribution to this collaboration captured perfectly what the piece is about. I will be forever grateful to have worked with such a immense talent.”

Under The Sun is released on May 13 via Warp Records.

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