It would seem that being in the world’s preeminent and most-boundary pushing rock act isn’t enough for Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood. In addition to consistently being part of some of the most sonically adventurous albums in modern history, he likes to branch out every now in then.

In what is known these days as a ‘side hustle,’ Greenwood is also a critically-acclaimed composer of film scores, having crafted background music for films like There Will Be Blood, The Master, Inherent Vice (all directed by Paul Thomas Anderson), as well as, Bodysong, We Need To Talk About Kevin and Norwegian Wood. His score for There Will Be Blood was described by Rolling Stone as “a sonic explosion that reinvented what film music could be" while the legendary Hans Zimmer described it as, “recklessly, crazily beautiful.”

His latest score for the film Phantom Thread (another Paul Thomas Anderson film, starring Daniel Day-Lewis) has now been nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Original Score. Greenwood has been nominated alongside film composing heavyweights Hans Zimmer (nominated for the stunning audio backdrop for Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk), the legendary John Williams, Alexander Desplat and Carter Burwell. The 2018 Golden Globes award ceremony will take place on January 7.