Two new songs by Burial, Thom Yorke and Four Tet—“Her Revolution” and “His Rope”—are now on streaming services after ultra-limited vinyl pressings of the double A-side release sold out.
On “Her Revolution,” Yorke’s processed voice floats along on a bed of Burial’s signature warm analogue crackle and noise and a warped, wobbly sitar progression. On the second track “His Rope”, the trio work with a mellow beat instead.
This isn’t the first time the three acclaimed electronic artists have appeared on a track together. In 2011, Yorke, Burial and Four Tet released “Ego” and “Mirror” on 12-inch vinyl. Those tracks have not made their way onto streaming services as of yet.
In related news, Four Tet—whose last album was March’s Sixteen Oceans—has officially announced a collaborative album with Madlib, with a single due out this week. Yorke remixed Clark’s “Isolation Theme” in September, while the enigmatic Burial has remained silent since releasing his Tunes 2011 to 2019 compilation last December. Before that, he joined forces with The Bug for the EP Dive / Rain and dropped two new songs, “Claustro” and “State Forest.”
Stream “Her Revolution” and “His Rope” here: