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Thom Yorke’s score for Daniele Luchetti’s film Confidenza is out this week

Thom Yorke’s score for Daniele Luchetti’s film Confidenza is out this week

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The soundtrack is released on Friday, and you can hear two songs today.

Thom Yorke has composed the original score for Daniele Luchetti’s film Confidenza, an adaptation of the Italian drama based on Domenico Starnone’s novel of the same name.

The album will be released digitally on XL Recordings on April 26th (this Friday) with vinyl and CD to follow on July 12th.

You can hear two songs today – ‘Knife Edge’ which debuts with the scene from the film starring Elio Germano and Federica Rosellini, featuring its sequence from the film re-cut by Confidenza editor Ael Dallier Vega.

A b-side track called ‘Prize Giving’ is also available on Bandcamp and elsewhere. The score’s intro track “The Big City” was teased by Yorke in February within his playlist for The Smile’s BBC 6 Music Artist in Residence series.

Confidenza sees producer am Petts-Davies and Yorke working again with the London Contemporary Orchestra alongside a jazz ensemble which included Robert Stillman and fellow The Smile bandmate Tom Skinner.

Confidenza follows Yorke’s previous full-length score and original soundtrack for Luca Guadagnino’s 2018 Suspiria remake, Suspirium.

See Also
The Prodigy

In 2019 Yorke contributed music to Edward Norton’s Motherless Brooklyn and in 2022 he wrote two original tracks for the series finale of Peaky Blinders.

Watch a trailer for the film Confidenza:

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