Listen to Jonny Greenwood’s dramatic new song ‘Crucifix’ from ‘Spencer’

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The film’s score will come next month

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Johnny Greenwood shares the first song from his score of the upcoming wig Film – Hear ‘Crucifix’ below.

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The film, directed by Radiohead guitarists, releases in theaters on November 5. The soundtrack is out November 12 via Mercury KX.

The instrumental score has been described as “a poignant accompaniment to the film, with genre-leaning music that combines free jazz and classical baroque.”


It would be Greenwood’s ninth soundtrack after four films including Paul Thomas Anderson. there will be Blood And inherent vicehandjob plus you were never really here And his first score for director Lynn Ramsey bodysong in 2003.

wig Premiered at the Venice Film Festival on 3 September. You can listen to ‘Crucifix’ below.

in an exclusive interview with Granthshala, Greenwood admitted that he initially struggled to make the film’s music not “sound like the theme”. Antiques Roadshow

Speaking about his involvement in the film, Greenwood explained: “I had an email from director Pablo Lahren. I didn’t know his work, so he sent me his film. club, which I found very impressive. I loved doing accompaniment to Pablo, stirring each other with enthusiasm about what music could be. He is a very energetic, positive person.”

On the task of scoring the project, Greenwood said: “I explained to Pablo that there are a lot of things attached to classical music in movies about royals. You either use real handles or pastiche handles. I’ve seen some royals. watched the movies, which were filled with sweeping views of Buckingham Palace, with pomp horns and harpsichords rattling at the top. I wanted to emphasize instead how chaotic and colorful Princess Diana was in that baroque tradition. The movie too That’s what it does.”


Greenwood also recently pointed out Granthshala What’s to come from the new side-project The Smile (which stars Thom Yorke along with producer Nigel Godrich and Sons of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner).

“A lot of it is finished”, Greenwood revealed. “We’re sitting in front of a pile of music, working out what the record will be like. We’re wondering how much to include, is it really finished or if there are some guitars that need fixing. I hope this comes out soon, but I am the wrong person to ask.

“I’m the most impatient at Radiohead. I’ve always said that I want records to be 90 percent good, but come out twice as often, or whatever the math works on it. I’ve always felt that, as much as the finale The closer the closer, the smaller the changes will be visible to anyone. I would have said the smile could have come a few months back, but it won’t be that good. I’m always impatient to move on and do more.”

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