Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood, The National’s Bryce Dessner to release classical album

Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood and The National's Bryce Dessner are set to release a split classical album. The LP, entitled 'St. Carolyn by the Sea'/'Suite From There Will Be Blood' will come out on March 3 and feature Dessner's 2011 work 'St. Carolyn by the Sea' - which features Dessner's brother, The National's Aaron Dessner on electric guitar - 2012's 'Lachrimae' and 2007's 'Raphael' alongside Greenwood's 'There Will Be Blood' score.

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Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood and The National’s Bryce Dessner are set to release a split classical album.

The LP, entitled ‘St. Carolyn by the Sea’/’Suite From There Will Be Blood’ will come out on March 3 and feature Dessner’s 2011 work ‘St. Carolyn by the Sea’ – which features Dessner’s brother, The National’s Aaron Dessner on electric guitar – 2012’s ‘Lachrimae’ and 2007’s ‘Raphael’ alongside Greenwood’s ‘There Will Be Blood’ score.

The two artists have been placed together on the release because of sharing “quintessentially American themes such as the vast expanses of the country’s landscape, or a sense of nostalgic longing,” says a press release, via Pitchfork.

The ‘St. Carolyn by the Sea’/’Suite From There Will Be Blood’ tracklisting is:

Bryce Dessner:
‘St. Carolyn by the Sea’
‘Lachrimae’
‘Raphael’


Jonny Greenwood:
‘Open Spaces’
‘Future Markets’
‘HW/Hope of New Fields’
‘Henry Plainview’
‘Proven Lands’
‘Oil’



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