Philip Selway followed in the footsteps of Radiohead bandmates Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood by releasing a single album, Familial, this year 2010. Previously known for his drumming, drum development, and occasional history vocals, Selway slipped quickly into songwriting setting while also switching to electric guitar. The groundwork for his single album was included with his involvement in Neil Finn’s 2001 all-star concerts, dubbed 7 Worlds Collide. 7 Worlds Collide afterwards took the form of an organization and released an record, The Sun TURNED OUT, in ’09 2009. Furthermore to playing percussion and classical guitar, Selway supplied a set of hushed, folk-tinged tracks — “The Ties That Bind Us” and “The Witching Hour” — and sang business lead in it. Re-recordings of the two tracks formed the foundation of Familial. The record involved the help of 7 Worlds Collide affiliates Lisa Germano, Spirit Coughing’s Sebastian Steinberg, and Wilco’s Glenn Kotche and Jeff Tweedy. It had been released in August 2010 through Bella Union within the U.K. and non-esuch within the U.S. Selway’s sophomore work Weatherhouse implemented in 2014. More technical and concerning than his mainly acoustic debut, using a broader instrumental palette, it got something from the experience of latter-day Radiohead or Yorke’s single function but with an uncategorizable ’80s/’90s melodic twist.