Recently, Edward Norton recruited Radiohead’s Thom Yorke to come up with some new music for the actor’s forthcoming directorial debut, Motherless Brooklyn. On Wednesday, the film’s producers shared two different takes on one of Yorke’s new composition from the film’s score featuring contributions from Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Wynton Marsalis, and more.

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The song, titled “Daily Battles”, hears Yorke gently but intently singing alongside a delicately played piano line. Eventually, Flea’s trumpet and bass parts come into the mix. The other recording shared on Wednesday is the much smoother instrumental take on “Daily Battles”, sans Yorke, lead by Wynton Marsalis along with Joe Farnsworth, Russell Hall, Isaiah J. Thompson, and Jerry Weldon. The relaxing alternate take offers a small jazz ensemble’s elegant presentation with notable and enjoyable contrast to Yorke’s original.

Listen to the two new recordings below.

Thom Yorke – “Daily Battles” feat. Flea

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Wynton Marsalis – “Daily Battles” feat. Joe Farnsworth, Russell Hall, Isaiah J. Thompson, and Jerry Weldon

[Video: WaterTower Music]

Both recordings will be released on a split 7″ which is scheduled to arrive on October 4th, in addition to the film’s soundtrack due out on October 25th. Motherless Brooklyn will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next month and will arrive in theaters on November 1st.

Yorke and Flea are no strangers to playing with one another, as the two are both members of the rock supergroup Atoms For Peace.

Earlier this summer Yorke released a new solo album alongside his longtime collaborator Nigel Godrich titled, ANIMA. The album was also accompanied by a “one-reeler” created by lauded filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson, which was released on Netflix on June 27th.

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[H/T Spin]