Hear Thom Yorke and Flea Join Forces for New Song "Daily Battles"

The track comes for Edward Norton's film 'Motherless Brooklyn'

BY Brock ThiessenPublished Aug 21, 2019

Radiohead leader Thom Yorke and Red Hot Chili Peppers bass master Flea are once again teaming up for some collaborative music. Coming as part Edward Norton's new film Motherless Brooklyn, the Atoms for Peace bandmates have shared their musical contribution "Daily Battles," and you can stream it now.

Down below, you can check out Yorke and Flea's version of "Daily Battles," as well as a jazz adaptation by Wynton Marsalis.

Both version of "Daily Battles" will be released on a new 7-inch, which is due out October 4.

Speaking to Rolling Stone about the song, Norton previously said, "People don't really know this, but Flea went back to USC and got his masters on music theory on trumpet, and his dad was a jazz musician and he is a deep aficionado of jazz. So Flea came in and played the most beautiful, simple lines that add that dimension. And then Thom took some of them and reversed them and put them through compressors so that it's playing backward and forward at the same time. It's really beautiful."

The film Motherless Brooklyn, meanwhile, tells the story of a 1950s New York detective struggling with Tourette's. It was written, directed by and stars Norton, and the movie is expected to arrive in theatres in November.

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