Thom Yorke to record new material with supergroup?

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Thom Yorke has hinted that he may enter the studio with members of the supergroup her performed in Los Angeles with last year.

That group featured Yorke alongside Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, REM collaborator Joey Waronker, Brazilian multi-instrumentalist Mauro Refosco, and Radiohead‘s long-term producer Nigel Godrich.

Speaking about the project, Yorke told BBC Radio 1’s Gilles Peterson that the band are going to “do something hopefully in April”, leading to speculation that they will join him at his Coachella festival gig in April. Yorke is currently billed for the LA event under the name “Thom Yorke????”.

Yorke also said that while the band would be used for “just some more gigs” he did not rule out the possibility that it could “lead somewhere [else] as well”.

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