Archive | Radiohead

WATCH: Radiohead launch new tour with two surprising new plays

Radiohead‘s got a pretty deep bag of tricks at their disposal. With nine studio albums under their belt, it makes sense that some of the band’s tracks have yet to see the light of day or a live play in years. On July 7, Radiohead performed their scrapped Bond theme “Spectre” live for the first […]

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Radiohead & Edward Norton announce collaborative concert benefit sweepstakes for the ACLU

Call the Karma police: Radiohead and actor Edward Norton have teamed up for a good deed once again. The indie rock group and Fight Club star/Wes Anderson-favorite have just announced their second special concert sweepstakes to benefit the ACLU and its work to protect immigrants’ rights and families from the border separation crisis. Those that donate $10 to the Crowdrise […]

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Radiohead’s Thom Yorke debuts new single via rag & bone

Lead vocalist of the seminal band Radiohead, Thom Yorke has returned to fashion label rag & bone to showcase his new experimental track, “Why Can’t We Get Along.” Yorke has long been creating music exclusively for rag & bone’s promotional work, dating back to 2015 with his still officially unreleased track “Villian.”The offbeat tone and visual aesthetic of the […]

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Radiohead’s publisher denies the band is suing Lana Del Rey

Despite recent reports that Radiohead might pursue legal action against Lana Del Rey on the grounds of copyright infringement for her track “Get Free,” which allegedly borrowed numerous sonic elements from the bands seminal hit “Creep,” the band has denied that the accusations have been brought to court.Del Rey recently announced via Twitter that they had. “Although I know […]

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A Radiohead v. Lana Del Rey copyright infringement lawsuit could be imminent

Radiohead might pursue legal action against Lana Del Rey on the grounds of copyright infringement. The singer-songwriter’s track “Get Free” allegedly borrowing several sonic elements from the English rock band’s 1993 single, “Creep.” “Get Free” is the 16th and final track on Del Rey’s fifth studio album, Lust for Life, released in July of 2017.Both […]

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Thom Yorke still hates Spotify

Radiohead frontman and rock experimentalist Thom Yorke has been a long time critic of Spotify, so many were taken aback when Radiohead’s entire discography arrived on the platform last year, with Yorke’s solo catalogue quick to follow in December 2017. Considering the rock auteur’s decision to permit Radiohead’s music on Spotify, fans were a bit shocked when […]

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Watch Radiohead’s Thom Yorke debut new song ‘I’m A Very Rude Person’

Radiohead‘s frontman, Thom Yorke, is in the midst of a brief solo tour ahead of his headlining appearance at Houston’s Day For Night Festival.Kicking off the jaunt was Yorke’s show at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre, where Consequence of Sound reports Yorke played out an extensive, 15-song set brimming with new and unreleased music.Per a printed setlist release, two of […]

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WATCH: Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood says Spongebob meme of band’s discography is ‘perfect’

In present-day pop culture, the ubiquitous and oftentimes daringly on point meme content on social media is extensive. The seminal rock band Radiohead is the latest to garner a viral meme.Recently, YouTuber Heliophobia unveiled a tongue-in-cheek Spongebob video that nails the themes of the band’s groundbreaking nine albums. In just under one minute, the band’s work has been juxtaposed […]

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Radiohead’s new version of ‘Bloom’ with Hans Zimmer is here and it’s beautiful: LISTEN

Radiohead and Hans Zimmer‘s long-awaited collaboration has arrived. The two have reworked Radiohead’s formative track “Bloom” off the band’s King of Limb LP for the BBC flagship nature documentary series “Blue Planet II” — debuted on BBC’s Radio Six.The new version is retitled as “ocean (bloom),” with Thom Yorke paired alongside BBC’s Concert Orchestra for the prequel. Yorke even went on to […]

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Radiohead’s new version of ‘Bloom’ with Hans Zimmer is here and it’s beautiful: LISTEN

Radiohead and Hans Zimmer‘s long-awaited collaboration has arrived. The two have reworked Radiohead’s formative track “Bloom” off the band’s King of Limb LP for the BBC flagship nature documentary series “Blue Planet II” — debuted on BBC’s Radio Six.The new version is retitled as “ocean (bloom),” with Thom Yorke paired alongside BBC’s Concert Orchestra for the prequel. Yorke even went on to […]

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Radiohead release official music video for ‘I Promise’

Radiohead’s forthcoming album, OKNOTOK, is scheduled for its release later this month. The re-mastered album will be released to commemorate the 20th anniversary of their Grammy winning album, OK Computer, and is set to feature three previously unreleased songs, including the highly-anticipated “I Promise,” which has been an integral part of the group’s live performances since 1996.The English band […]

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Radiohead set to release long-awaited unreleased single ‘I Promise’

Radiohead is gearing up for the 20th Anniversary re-issue of their seminal third studio album OK Computer, and with some tantalizingly enigmatic easter eggs left by the band leading up to the milestone, naturally, the fans are curious as to what Radiohead has in store. After doing some digging, one eagle-eyed reddit user discovered plans for a […]

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Thom Yorke to score his first film, ‘Suspiria’

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke will score the forthcoming remake of Suspiria, making his debut as a film composer. Directed by Luca Guadagnino and starring Tilda Swinton, Dakota Johnson and Chloë Grace Moretz, Suspiria is a reimagining of Dario Argento’s 1977 horror classic. While Suspiria does not yet have a release date, film has concluded and is in post-production.Guadagnino comments on […]

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Are Radiohead planning something big for ‘Ok Computer’ 20th anniversary?

Some rather curious posters have emerged recently in major global cities from Berlin to London, and Amsterdam to Brooklyn. Fans of Radiohead firmly stand by their belief that the posters, with all their grassroots appeal, point to the band’s 1997 album ‘OK COMPUTER,  which celebrates it’s 20th anniversary this year. One Reddit user concluded that the poster “is pretty obviously tied to the […]

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