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Radiohead's "Lift" video is apparently packed with Easter eggs for Radiohead superfans. That's cool, I guess. Good for that video. It's still a boring music video that doesn't get good until the twist at the end. Nobody needs Easter eggs. They're fine and all, but they won't make a video good by itself. Don't put…

Philip Selway – “Walk” (Feat. Lou Rhodes)

Philip Selway, who continues to record solo music when he isn't too busy being Radiohead's drummer, did the soundtrack for the forthcoming movie Let Me Go, and we posted his song "Let Me Go" last month. Today, he's also shared "Walk," which is sadly not a Pantera cover. Instead, it's a calm and pretty acoustic…

Radiohead Were So Inspired By BBC’s Blue Planet, They Made a New Version of ‘Bloom’ With Hans Zimmer for the Sequel

Inspiration strikes where you least expect it and, for Radiohead, it’s oceanography. Specifically, an eight-part British docuseries about the history of the world’s vast bodies of water narrated by none other than Sir David Attenborough. Thom Yorke has revealed that the band’s song “Bloom,” off 2011’s The King of Limbs, ... More »

Radiohead: Lift

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What’s that? You want to see Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke riding in an elevator accompanied by a revolving cast of odd people getting on and off at even stranger floors of an apartment building? Ok, here you go. The song is fan-favorite...Show More Summary

Radiohead Rework “Bloom” With Hans Zimmer For Blue Planet II

Radiohead's The King Of Limbs opener "Bloom" is already a grand and sweeping piece of work, a song that builds high drama out of jittery rhythms and flickering blips and a measured dose of symphonic strings. It's about to get a lot more orchestral thanks to a new collaboration with composer Hans Zimmer (pictured). The…

Radiohead Announce New Hans Zimmer Collaboration

They reworked “Bloom” for the nature series "Blue Planet II"

Watch: Radiohead - “Lift”

Radiohead have released a video for "Lift," the formerly unreleased OK Computer -era track "Lift." To celebrate, let's revisit Robert Christgau's "Dud of the Month" from 1997:

Inside Radiohead’s “Lift” Video: Director Oscar Hudson on Planting Easter Eggs for Diehard Fans

“I was aware of what Radiohead fans are like,” he says with a laugh. “I wanted there to be some things to dig up in there...”

Radiohead’s ‘Lift’ Video Is Literally a Downer

There’s always been something airy about “Lift.” Written in the process of developing OK Computer, the song debuted in 1996 to a rapturous reception at open-air concerts. Fans were so pleased that the band became suspicious of its appeal; they didn’t want to become the wrong kind of rock stars, ... More »

Watch Radiohead's new video for "Lift"

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"Lift" is one of the three previously unreleased tracks from Radiohead's 20th anniversary reissue of OK Computer, titled OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997-2017. Video directed by Oscar Hudson.

Watch Radiohead’s New “Lift” Video

Thom Yorke takes a long elevator ride in the newly-shot OKNOTOK visual

Watch Radiohead’s Surreal New “Lift” Music Video

Radiohead have released a brand new music video for their song “Lift,” which was originally recorded around the time of their acclaimed 1997 album OK Computer, but was a long-lost fan favorite up until this year. “Lift” was released as part of the 20th anniversary reissue of the album called OKNOTOK. Lift – watch at […]

Radiohead – “Lift” Video

When Radiohead announced OKNOTOK, their 20th anniversary reissue of OK Computer, the big news was the inclusion of three previously unreleased tracks, and none of those tracks was more anticipated than longtime fan favorite "Lift." The song has been out for a while now, and today it gets a music video by director Oscar Hudson…

Radiohead release "Lift" video

Following the "I Promise," "Man of War," videos, Radiohead release a video for the third of three previously unreleased songs on the new OK Computer 20th anniversary reissue, "Lift." Continue reading…

Radiohead issue statement on stalled stage collapse case: "We are appalled"

Radiohead say: "This is an insult to the memory of Scott Johnson, his parents and our crew." Continue reading…

Appalled Radiohead Share Statement In Response To Standstill Over Stage Collapse Trial

Back in 2012, as Radiohead were getting set to play Toronto's Downsview Park, a stage collapsed, killing 33-year-old Scott Johnson, a drum technician for the band, and injuring three others. Prosecutors in Toronto eventually brought charges against promoters Live Nation and stage builders Optex Staging & Services, and engineer Domenic Cugliari. But after many delays,…

Radiohead on Stalled Stage Collapse Case: “We Are Appalled”

“This is an insult to the memory of [drum technician] Scott Johnson,” reads the band’s statement

Judge Stays Trial In Deadly 2012 Radiohead Stage Collapse

A Canadian judge moved on Tuesday (Sept. 5) to stay a trial over a 2012 stage collapse at a Toronto concert that killed Radiohead's drum tech, saying prosecutors took too long to bring the matter to justice. According to The Globe And Mail, Ontario judge Ann Nelson wrote that the Supreme Court of Canada has…

Thom Yorke Laments Standstill in Radiohead Stage Collapse Case

A judge stayed charges yesterday against parties implicated in their drum technician’s 2012 death

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