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A verified account for the group appeared on the video app for the social media web site earlier at the moment.
The group shared a brief clip of mysterious Radiohead affiliate, Chieftain Mews, who will be seen delivering a dystopian information broadcast at a desk which has the phrases ‘Mews’ displayed and Radiohead’s brand within the background.
The black-and-white, low-fi video has a grainy filter and a ‘Mews’ signal will be seen on the desk. You’ll be able to watch it under:
In opposition to a clip of ‘Paranoid Android’, Mews says: “Well, what do you want me to say?” Mews asks a voice off digicam who will be heard uttering: “say something.”
Mews is carrying his trademark bald cap, swimsuit and dark-coloured nail varnish. He continues: “”TikTok. Tick, tock, tick, tock.”
Just a few moments later, static cuts within the video and he provides: “This is your wakeup call,” Mews says with a grave tone. “Have a good day.”
Some followers are speculating that the brand new video may imply new Radiohead music is on the best way, while others are mentioning the timing of the discharge – April Idiot’s Day – may recommend it’s a part of an elaborate prank.
Final yr, Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien reassured followers that the prospect of the band reconvening to make a brand new album “will definitely happen”.
The guitarist informed NME again in April that he and the band had been having “online meetings” and “talking about stuff”. Whereas he burdened that “for the foreseeable future, everyone is doing their own thing,” O’Brien did add that “when it feels right to plug back into Radiohead, then we will.”
Again in March, frontman Thom Yorke remixed the solo acoustic model of ‘Creep’ to contribute to a high-profile Japanese trend present.