Radiohead is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. Having nary an album lacking critical acclaim to their discography and with virtually every North American date on their current tour selling out within minutes of going on sale, even the slightest bit of activity from Radiohead makes noise in the world of music.
Today Pitchfork is reporting some new music coming from Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood. The 46-year-old musician tweeted out an announcement of a new piece called "88 (No. 1)," a piano solo. The only catch is, it's not available to listen to, you'll have to look at the sheet music and play it yourself if you're interested in hearing it.
Not only is the new piece exclusively available as sheet music, it was also apparently inspired by Glen Gould.
Jonny Greenwood announced the new song via his official Twitter account. Greenwood is also famous for scoring films, most notably the films of Paul Thomas Anderson. There Will Be Blood, Inherent Vice, The Master, and most recently Phantom Thread all tout Greenwood as their music composers. All of the aforementioned films also received massive critical acclaim, not just for the films but also for Greenwood's original scores as well.
Phantom Thread earned Greenwood his first Academy Award nomination for scoring and also earned Paul Thomas Anderson his eighth Oscar nomination in his filmmaking career.