Clark shared a unique video for “Medicine,” which shows Thom Yorkefrom his new album Gosh Dog, produced by the radiohead frontperson executive. Check it out below.
Yorke played bass on “Medicine,” and it was the only song on the record that he sang. In announcing the album, Yorke said he was impressed by Clark’s unconventional approach to singing, developed after his years as a techno producer and DJ. “The first thing he sent me was him singing about being stuck between two floors and I was sold,” Yorke said. “For me the way he approached it was not the usual singer who sings praises to God; it mirrors the way he approaches all his compositions and recordings, but this time it has a human face. His face.”
Gosh Dogfrom today, following Clark’s 2021 LP, Playground on a Lakewhich is responding to the climate crisis.
Repeat the “Thom Yorke’s History of Other Folk Songs” in Pitch.