Sons of members of Radiohead and Iron Maiden teamed up
Sons of Radiohead and Iron Maiden members collaborated and released a song together.
Noah Yorke, the son of Radiohead vocalist Thom Yorke, has announced a collaboration with Dylan Gers, the son of Iron Maiden guitarist Janick Gers, who was one of three Maiden guitarists who first succeeded Adrian Smith but remained in the band after Smith's return.
"Red Skies" is the group's new single, and sonically, the combo leans more towards Radiohead than Maiden, with guitarist Gers' son taking over vocal duties. You can hear the single below.
Gers stated that he "hopes the audience loves the inner workings of their minds" and that he is "genuinely more enthused about this than anything he's done previously in his life."
In September, the younger Yorke released his debut track "Trying Too Hard (Lullaby)," which you can listen to here, and prior to this collaboration with Gers, he released the single "Lucky Black Cat," which was inspired by singer-songwriter Nick Drake.
Gers, on the other hand, published the song "Moon Rise" earlier this year, and he described it as "an exciting undertaking because he had never written a song before - he was simply strumming the guitar and being happy."
"I was trying to find a way to let myself be heard, and at the time it was only through music," he added.
Rammstein released a short film as a video for 'Adieu'
The visuals were created by Specter Berlin, who previously directed the video for their 2019 comeback single "Deutschland," and may feel more like a nine-minute short film than a music video.
The video features all six members of the band, as well as the many mystery characters who make up the group known only as 'The Damned.'
Fans have seen references to iconic Rammstein videos as well as different easter eggs, such as a vault labeled 'MUTTER-22' (relating to the band's legendary 2001 album) and a registration plate labeled 'LI -FAD6' (an acronym for the title of their sixth album, 'Liebe ist für alle da' from 2009).
Post by Bryan C.