With Pohoda 2020 now 269 days away, the Slovakian festival have just announced their first big name act, the earliest revelation in the festival’s history.
Joining them next July, Thom Yorke will be returning to the festival site for the first time since performing with Atoms for Peace in 2013, with his Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes project. Performing works spanning his solo career, he’ll also be joined by producer Nigel Godrich and visual artist Tarik Barri.
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There’ll also be an accompanying “one-reeler” a made by Paul Thomas Anderson, available on Netflix.
The singer has also premiered his new classical composition ‘Don’t Fear The Light’.
A host of last-minute gigs will take place this week in Paris, Lyon, London and Hamburg.