Thom Yorke composes the film 'Confidenza', visual for “Knife Edge” released - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

The music video for “Knife Edge,” composed by Thom Yorke for Daniele Luccheti’s upcoming film Confidenza, was released this week on YouTube. Confidenza, meaning trust, is an adaptation of a 2019 drama by the Italian writer Domenico Starnone.

“Knife Edge” features Elio Germano and Federica Rosellini, and is a scene that was re-cut from the film. A simple, haunting piano accompanies Yorke as he sings, “If I were you, I’d run away/Get out while you still can.”

Yorke is currently on tour with The Smile (Thom Yorke, Johnny Greenwood, Tom Skinner) following the release of their second studio album Wall of Eyes. His first film score, produced by Sam Petts-Davies (Suspiria, The Smile), was for the 2018 remake of Italian supernatural horror film Suspiria. His song “Suspirium” was nominated for a Grammy for Best Song Written for Visual Media. In 2019, Yorke wrote “Daily Battles” for Edward Norton’s Motherless Brooklyn and he wrote two songs for Peaky Blinders’ series finale in 2022. Confidenza includes the London Contemporary Orchestra and Tom Skinner as part of a jazz ensemble.

The Confidenza original soundtrack will drop online this Friday, April 26, with physical copies hitting the stores this July. “Prize Giving,” another song from Confidenza, also dropped this week. Check out both songs below.

Thom Yorke – Knife Edge (Official Video – taken from Confidenza official soundtrack)
Thom Yorke - Prize Giving
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