Dylan Gers, son of Iron Maiden’s Janick Gers, and Noah Yorke, son of Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, have shared the brand new collaborative single “Purple Skies.”
Musically, “Purple Skies” hews nearer to Radiohead’s cracked tackle rock music than Iron Maiden’s heavy metallic. Yorke’s guitar picks out a pensive minor-key waltz as Gers sings, “You’re watching the highway twist and cord/ My lord/ Seeing that rain drip upon/ That range.”
“I hope you benefit from the internal workings of our minds,” Gers wrote on Instagram. Through Louder Sound, he added, “I’m really extra excited with this than something I’ve carried out in my life.”
Yorke mentioned that the tune was “written and sung by dyl with me on 12 string, bass, vocal harmonies, and piano and another bits,” persevering with, “We’re actually pleased with it. We hope you get pleasure from.”
The youthful Yorke has quietly been elevating his musical profile, first as half of the London duo Hex Girlfriend, which started releasing music in 2021, after which earlier this 12 months with solo recordings. In November he shared the tune “Fortunate Black Cat,” which he described as “very impressed by nick drake and bruce springsteen.” Take a look at that monitor, as effectively his collaboration with Gers, “Purple Skies,” beneath.