The Smile have shared a mysterious new clip with fans. The short clip features a slab of the band’s name being pressed on a printing press, a technique that was first introduced in the early 1900s. The song has previously been played live by Radiohead in 2009 and 2012. Last year, the band slipped a track called ‘You Will Never Work On Television Again’ onto their live stream.
The Smile have announced a European tour and a mysterious new clip to promote the single. The band members are Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Tom Skinner, and Nigel Godrich. The group is releasing a debut single called “You Will Never Work in Television Again.” It’s the band’s first release. The band will be livestreaming its performance and tickets will be available on Friday.
The band’s latest news follows an alleged leak of their hacked MiniDiscs. In a new video, the trio sing “Butterfly” in an incognito manner. However, the video is not as mysterious as the band hopes it to be. It’s likely that the video is an early draft and that the release is not finalized yet. The Smile’s latest single, “My Universe”, is a collaboration with the Korean boyband BTS. Coldplay’s new single has a staggering 95.4 million streams on Spotify and iTunes alone.
The Smile are an all-star supergroup consisting of Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, and Tom Skinner. The new band has been in the works for a while and has just released a mysterious new clip via Instagram Live yesterday. The Smile will play three consecutive live shows at London’s Magazine on 29 and 30 January. The concert will be livestreamed for fans all over the world.
The secretive new clip is a preview of the band’s upcoming album “Melon”. The Smile has not yet released a new track, but it has released a video of their recent performance at Glastonbury Festival. The Live At Worthy Farm was a replacement for the cancelled Glastonbury festival. The gig was also broadcast in three timezones, allowing fans to participate anywhere in the world to view the mysterious clip.
The band performed at the Glastonbury Festival livestream, introducing themselves to the crowd. The livestream was announced a few hours before the gig. Yorke, known for his eccentricity, explained the band’s name, which he says was inspired by a poem by Tom Hughes. The Smile’s new clip has a mystery meaning that is worth delving into. This video is a preview of their upcoming album.