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Thom Yorke continues to tease new album with cryptic projections across London

20 June 2019, 11:33 | Written by Cerys Kenneally

Thom Yorke has amped up the teasers for his new record by projecting cryptic messages on some of London's famous landmarks.

As NME report, the Anima Technologies teasers were projected onto London's Marble Arch, Big Ben, and the Tate Modern shortly after 10pm last night (19 June).

The projections included the same number that appeared on his adverts spotted on the London Underground earlier this week, which, when called, played a snippet of his new song "Not The News" after a warning message.

NME notes that the projections stated, "Do you have trouble remembering your dreams? It’s a feeling we know all too well at Anima. You’re deep in a surreal world where you can be anybody you like, where you can do anything. And then when you wake up, the dream fades. It’s gone, or is it? Here at Anima, we’ve built something we call a dream camera. Just call the number."

Last month Yorke discussed his new solo record with Crack, and revealed, "The dystopian thing is one part of it, yes, but for me, one of the big, prevailing things was a sense of anxiety."

In 2018 Yorke dropped his solo soundtrack for Suspiria. In April he debuted his first classical composition "Don't Fear the Light".

There's currently no indication as to when Thom Yorke's new solo project will be released. He plays Bilbao BBK Live next month. Find out more.
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