Thom York has signed on to help score the upcoming documentary ‘The UK Gold’
Thom Yorke is getting involved in an upcoming feature film. No, the Radiohead and Atoms for Peace singer won’t be acting in the flick, but York has announced that he’ll help score “The UK Gold,” a new documentary surrounding the topic of tax evasion in the United Kingdom.
A press release describes the flick as a story that revolves around “a vicar from a small parish in the London Borough of Hackney as he goes head-to-head with an ancient and mighty heavyweight, revealing its central status as the tax-haven nerve center of the world.” The tale takes place during last summer’s Olympics Games in London.
Joining Yorke in penning music for the film are Massive Attack member Robert Del Naja and Elbow vocalist and guitarist Guy Garvey.
Look for “The UK Gold,” which is written and directed by Mark Donne, to premiere on June 25 at London’s Troxy Theatre.
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