Radiohead have finally made the rare A Moon Shaped Pool b-side “Ill Wind” available on streaming services. The cut was included in a special-edition box set of the album that came out in September 2016.
“Ill Wind” would sound right at home on A Moon Shaped Pool, with rolling guitar and synth lines building to a frenzy around Thom Yorke’s trademark lilting voice. The track was originally released alongside “Spectre,” Radiohead’s excellent Bond theme that never was.
The band’s most recent release was a 20th anniversary reissue of OK Computer titled OKNOTOK, which featured a slew of rarities, including the long-awaited studio version of “Lift,” as well as “I Promise” and “Man of War.”
Stream “Ill Wind” via your platform of choice at the link below, and find a 1995 Radiohead performance from the Paste archives further down.
.@radiohead’s Ill Wind, from the special edition box-set of their 2016 album A Moon Shaped Pool, is now available on all digital services. https://t.co/gXW7hRAeKCpic.twitter.com/uSOH0OUO7q— XL Recordings (@XLRECORDINGS) January 11, 2019