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A Light for Attracting Attention is the debut studio album by the English rock band the Smile. It was digitally released through XL Recordings on 13 May 2022, with a physical release on 17 June.

The Smile comprises the Radiohead members Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood with the drummer Tom Skinner. Yorke provided vocals, and he and Greenwood played guitar, bass and keyboards. The album was produced by Radiohead's longtime producer Nigel Godrich.

The Smile worked during the COVID-19 lockdowns and made their surprise debut in a performance streamed by Glastonbury Festival in May 2021. In early 2022, they released five singles and performed to an audience for the first time at three shows in London in January, which were livestreamed. They began an international tour in May. A Light for Attracting Attention received acclaim and reached number five on the UK Albums Chart.

Background and recording

The Smile comprises the Radiohead members Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood with the Sons of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner. They made their debut in a surprise performance for the concert video Live at Worthy Farm, produced by Glastonbury Festival and streamed on May 22, 2021.[1]

The Smile began working on A Light for Attracting Attention shortly before the first UK COVID-19 lockdowns,[2] with Radiohead's longtime producer Nigel Godrich.[3] According to Yorke, Greenwood and Skinner "had already tracked about four things before I even knew what was going on".[2] Yorke wrote the lyrics in his home during the lockdowns; he recorded his vocals to Godrich's studio from his home using streaming software, before his children returned from school each day. Yorke said "It got sort of protracted ... It was deeply frustrating, but it's been the same for everybody."[2] According to Greenwood, the album was almost complete by September 2021.[4]

Yorke performed a Smile song, "Free in the Knowledge", at the Letters Live event at the Royal Albert Hall, London, in October.[5] On January 29 and 30, the Smile performed to an audience for the first time at three shows at Magazine, London, which were livestreamed.[6] Yorke first performed "Skrting on the Surface" in 2009,[7] and in a different arrangement in 2012 with Radiohead.[8] He first performed "Open the Floodgates" solo in 2009.[8]

Composition

Per various critics, A Light for Attracting Attention is an art rock,[9] post-punk,[10] progressive rock,[10] electronica,[10] and Afrobeats[10] album that explores elements of math rock,[11] post-rock,[11] grunge,[12] electro-rock,[12] psychedelic rock[13] desert rock,[14] funk,[15] jazz,[11] breakbeat,[16] wonky,[15] and systems music.[17] The cover art was created by Yorke with Radiohead's longtime collaborator Stanley Donwood.[18]

Release and promotion

The Smile began releasing singles in early 2022. On 5 January, their debut single, "You Will Never Work in Television Again", was released to streaming services.[19] On 27 January, they released their second single, "The Smoke",[20] followed by "Skrting on the Surface" on 17 March.[21] The fourth single, "Pana-vision", was released on 3 April alongside a new solo song from Yorke, "That's How Horses Are"; both were used in the series finale of the television series Peaky Blinders, broadcast that day.[22] "Free in the Knowledge" was released on 20 April, and "Thin Thing" was released on 9 May.[23]

The Smile announced A Light for Attracting Attention on 20 April 2022, alongside the "Free in the Knowledge" single.[24] It was released digitally through XL Recordings on 13 May, with a physical release on 17 June.[24] The Smile began a European tour in May,[25] followed by a North American tour starting in November.[26] They were supported by the saxophonist Robert Stillman, who also joined them for performances of some Smile songs.[27] The tour included performances on The Tonight Show, NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts and KEXP.[28][29]

In March 2022, the Smile released a 7-inch vinyl of "You Will Never Work In Television Again" and "The Smoke" through a lottery in independent record stores.[30] In November, they released a special edition of the album through Rough Trade, as well as a limited 10-inch vinyl featuring live tracks and a reading of William Blake's poem "The Smile" by the actor Cillian Murphy, which was used as the introduction for the Smile's live shows.[31] On 14 December, the Smile released a digital-only EP, The Smile (Live at Montreux Jazz Festival, July 2022), with songs from their performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland.[32]

Reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?8.3/10[33]
Metacritic86/100[34]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[35]
Clash9/10[36]
DIY[37]
Exclaim!8/10[12]
The Guardian[16]
The Irish Times[11]
NME[9]
Paste8.3/10[13]
Pitchfork8.6/10[15]
Rolling Stone[38]

On Metacritic, A Light for Attracting Attention has a score of 86 out of 100 based on 23 reviews from critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[34] Pitchfork awarded it their "best new music" accolade, with the critic Ryan Dombal writing that it was "instantly, unmistakably the best album yet by a Radiohead side project".[15] In June 2022, Spin named A Light for Attracting Attention the best album of the year so far. The critic Zach Schonfeld wrote that its best moments equalled any of Yorke and Greenwood's work since the 2007 Radiohead album In Rainbows, and that "it almost makes you want to send Radiohead's other three members a sympathy card".[39] In the Guardian, Alexis Petridis named it album of the week, writing that it "may not be head-spinningly different, but is still exceptional".[16]

Uncut named it the best album of the year.[40] Rough Trade named it the best album of the year in their US ranking and the second best album of the year in their UK rating.[41]

A Light for Attracting Attention initially reached number 19 on the UK Albums Chart. After its retail release a month later, it reached number five.[42]

Track listing

All lyrics are written by Thom Yorke; all music is composed by Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Tom Skinner and Nigel Godrich.

No.TitleLength
1."The Same"4:19
2."The Opposite"3:06
3."You Will Never Work in Television Again"2:48
4."Pana-vision"4:08
5."The Smoke"3:39
6."Speech Bubbles"4:16
7."Thin Thing"4:30
8."Open the Floodgates"4:29
9."Free in the Knowledge"4:12
10."A Hairdryer"5:17
11."Waving a White Flag"3:47
12."We Don't Know What Tomorrow Brings"3:16
13."Skrting on the Surface"5:31
Total length:53:18

Personnel

Credits adapted from album liner notes.[43]

Charts

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Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von The Smile die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

A Light For Attracting Attention

The Smile auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

The Smile are an English rock band comprising Radiohead members Thom Yorke (vocals, guitar, bass, keys) and Jonny Greenwood (guitar, bass, keys) with drummer Tom Skinner. They are produced by Nigel Godrich, Radiohead's longtime producer. The band incorporate elements of post-punk, progressive rock, Afrobeat, and electronic music.

The Smile worked during the COVID-19 lockdowns and made their surprise debut in a performance streamed by Glastonbury Festival in May 2021. In early 2022, they released six singles and performed to an audience for the first time at three shows in London, which were livestreamed. In May, the Smile released their debut album, A Light for Attracting Attention, to acclaim, and began an international tour. They released a live EP in December 2022.

History

The Smile are composed of Jonny Greenwood and Thom Yorke of Radiohead with the drummer Tom Skinner.[1] Skinner, who had played with acts including the jazz band Sons of Kemet,[1] first worked with Greenwood when he played on his soundtrack to the 2012 film The Master.[2] The Smile members agreed not to give interviews about the project.[2]

The Smile performing in the round at Magazine, London, in January 2022

The Smile are produced by Nigel Godrich, Radiohead's longtime producer.[3] Godrich said the project emerged from Greenwood "writing all these riffs, waiting for something to happen" during the COVID-19 lockdown. He cited the pandemic and the unavailability of the Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien, who was busy with his debut solo album, Earth, as motivating factors.[4] Radiohead's drummer, Philip Selway, said it was "healthy" for the members to explore different projects and "see what these other musical voices can do with your ideas".[5] Greenwood said: "We didn't have much time, but we just wanted to finish some songs together. It's been very stop-start, but it's felt a happy way to make music."[6]

The Smile take their name from the title of a poem by Ted Hughes.[7] Yorke said it was "not the smile as in 'ahh', more the smile as in the guy who lies to you every day".[8] The Smile made their debut in a surprise performance for the concert video Live at Worthy Farm, produced by Glastonbury Festival and streamed on May 22, 2021. The performance was recorded in secret earlier that week and announced on the day of the stream.[7] The band performed eight songs, with Yorke and Greenwood on guitar, bass, Moog synthesiser and Rhodes piano.[9]

First public performances

Yorke performed a Smile song, "Free in the Knowledge", at the Letters Live event at the Royal Albert Hall, London, in October 2021.[10] On January 29 and 30, 2022, the Smile performed to an audience for the first time at three shows at Magazine, London, which were livestreamed.[11] They played in the round, and debuted several tracks, including "Speech Bubbles", "A Hairdryer", "Waving a White Flag" and "The Same".[12] The shows also included performances of "Open the Floodgates",[11] which Yorke first performed in 2010,[13] and a cover of the 1979 Joe Jackson single "It's Different for Girls".[12]

In NME, James Balmont gave the London show four out five, describing it as "meticulous, captivating stuff".[14] In the Guardian, Kitty Empire gave it four out of five, writing that "the Smile are most musically convincing when they stretch farther away from Radiohead",[15] while Alexis Petridis gave it three, saying it was "intriguing rather than dazzling, intermittently spellbinding, filled with fascinating ideas that don't always coalesce".[16]

A Light for Attracting Attention

On 20 April 2022, the Smile announced their debut album, A Light for Attracting Attention. It was released digitally through XL Recordings on 13 May, followed by a retail release on 17 June,[17] and reached number five on the UK Albums Chart.[18] It received acclaim;[19] the Pitchfork critic Ryan Dombal wrote that it was "instantly, unmistakably the best album yet by a Radiohead side project".[20]

The first single, "You Will Never Work in Television Again", was released on streaming platforms on 5 January 2022.[21] It was followed by "The Smoke",[22] "Skrting on the Surface",[23] "Pana-vision",[24] "Free In The Knowledge",[25] and "Thin Thing".[26] On 16 May, the Smile began a tour of Europe and North America.[27][28] The tour included performances of the unreleased song "Just Eyes and Mouth", Yorke's 2009 single "FeelingPulledApartByHorses" and new material.[29][30] They were joined for some songs by the saxophonist Robert Stillman.[31]

Live at Montreux Jazz Festival, July 2022

On 14 December, the Smile released a digital-only EP, The Smile (Live at Montreux Jazz Festival, July 2022), with songs from their performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland.[32] In a positive review, Spin wrote that the EP demonstrated that the Smile were "no mere studio project" but "an actual, organic live band".[33] In Pitchfork, Zach Schonfeld gave it 8.0 out of 10 and wrote: "Since the beginning, the Smile have been dogged by an eminently reasonable question: how is this not just two Radioheads stacked in a trench coat? The answer is right there in the title of this release. This band plays jazz, see."[34] He expressed disappointment that the EP did not include the new songs the Smile had performed on their tour, but praised the band's "thrilling chemistry".[34]

Style

Consequence wrote that the Smile incorporate elements of post-punk, proto-punk and math rock.[35] Pitchfork likened them to Radiohead's "vintage rock sensibilities", with a "slight bounce to Skinner's drums" and "unfamiliar aggression from Greenwood in the bassline".[9] The Guardian critic Alexis Petridis said the Smile "sound like a simultaneously more skeletal and knottier version of Radiohead", exploring progressive rock influences with unusual time signatures, complex riffs and "hard-driving" motorik psychedelia.[36] Kitty Empire noted Afrobeat elements in "Just Eyes and Mouth" and influence from 1960s electronic music and systems music in "Open the Floodgates" and "The Same".[15] Reviewing "You Will Never Work in Television Again", the Pitchfork critic Jayson Greene described it as a "raw-boned rock number" reminiscent of Radiohead's 1995 album The Bends.[37]

Members

Additional live members

  • Robert Stillman — saxophone

Discography

Studio album

TitleDetailsPeak chart positions
UK
[38]
UK
Indie

[39]
AUS
[40]
BEL
(FL)

[41]
IRE
[42]
NLD
[43]
NZ
[44]
US
[45]
US
Indie

[46]
US
Rock

[47]
A Light for Attracting Attention5115511
[48]
3321922

EPs

TitleDetails
The Smile (Live at Montreux Jazz Festival, July 2022)

Singles

TitleYearAlbum
"You Will Never Work in Television Again"2022A Light for Attracting Attention
"The Smoke"
"Skrting on the Surface"
"Pana-vision"
"Free in the Knowledge"
"Thin Thing"

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