New Radiohead Song

2016-05-03 by SaveYourBreath | 316 Comments
After a week of cryptic marketing, Radiohead have released their new song 'Burn The Witch'.

Over the past few days the band sent leaflets to people who had bought through their webstore, deleted their online presence on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Google+ and released a video of a tweeting bird. The band has now released a full video for the song 'Burn The Witch', which is expected to be on their upcoming album.

No official release date for the album has been announced yet, though it is expected to be this June.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yI2oS2hoL0k


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Conmaniac
May 3rd 2016
25871 Comments


oh shit

user
May 3rd 2016
1579 Comments


five seconds in soty

torts
May 3rd 2016
4300 Comments


good shi

user
May 3rd 2016
1579 Comments


drums are bad
chorus is great
song is good

Spacesh1p
May 3rd 2016
7717 Comments


Can't wait to jam

Conmaniac
May 3rd 2016
25871 Comments


I liked it. not amazing but I definitely enjoyed it....its just weird seeing new radiohead damn

CaptainAaarrrggghhh
May 3rd 2016
425 Comments


Yay, The Wicker Man, and not the Caged Cage verison

user
May 3rd 2016
1579 Comments


cymbal sounds are way too electronically washy

sound like something friendzone would use
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPhe9Ah8rKA
https://friendzone.bandcamp.com/album/dx

YetAnotherBrick
May 3rd 2016
6691 Comments


i like the video better than the song

MO
May 3rd 2016
23066 Comments


"i like the video better than the song "

this hard

Piglet
May 3rd 2016
7980 Comments


yer it's not a bad egg but yer whatever but yer new radiohead yippie

NakedSnake
May 3rd 2016
664 Comments


not really digging

Royl123
May 3rd 2016
2104 Comments


luv it luv it

ciregno
May 3rd 2016
479 Comments


Sounds like Jonny sountracking over Staircase.

wwf
May 3rd 2016
6959 Comments


great stuff all around tbh, really lush sound

hesperus
May 3rd 2016
1193 Comments


super digging the strings. can't wait to hear this in the context of a full album

davesthesay
May 3rd 2016
62 Comments


I like it! Builds really well.

Tunaboy45
May 3rd 2016
17237 Comments


Everyone on this site heard it a million times waaaaay before the article went up


this is an amazing song

ArsMoriendi
May 3rd 2016
31871 Comments


The hype is too real. Song hopefully won't be the best on the album though otherwise I predict a 3.5/5

Digging: Depeche Mode - Music for the Masses

johnnyblaze
May 3rd 2016
3297 Comments


good start. i'm digging the more orchestral vibez

Mort.
May 3rd 2016
15177 Comments


video is 8/10 song is 7/10

Digging: Will Haven - Open The Mind To Discomfort

YetAnotherBrick
May 3rd 2016
6691 Comments


^ yeah that

Taxt
May 3rd 2016
1427 Comments


Really enjoyed this, not one of their best songs but it bodes well for the album as a whole

unaMUSEd
May 3rd 2016
1441 Comments


It's fantastic.

dbizzles
May 3rd 2016
14489 Comments


[2]

Digging: Earl Grey - French Exit

Ayashi
May 3rd 2016
300 Comments


It's a nice enough song, no complaints. However, Tomorrow's Modern Boxes was dogshit, so this album is not in the clear until it releases..

VacantTool
May 3rd 2016
188 Comments


That build up though, ended faster than it started.

I don't know why I was expecting that build up to go into some gnarly guitar shredding a la OK Computer....

I like it though.

AmericanFlagAsh
May 3rd 2016
9946 Comments


Both song and video are 9/10 easily

anarchistfish
May 3rd 2016
28436 Comments


dope song dope vid

TheHamburgerman
May 3rd 2016
1472 Comments


Damn this is fantastic

ciregno
May 3rd 2016
479 Comments


it'll be interesting to see how they play this live. are they going to have a huge orchestra playing with them?

AmericanFlagAsh
May 3rd 2016
9946 Comments


Thom's voice is very Reckoner on this and it's as beautiful as ever

onionbubs
May 3rd 2016
12722 Comments


video>song

song is great tho.

Digging: Palm Reader - Braille

Prognoz
May 3rd 2016
292 Comments


Ok, that was way more awesome than I expected. His singing definitely steals the spotlight.

Consigliere
May 3rd 2016
278 Comments


Song is awesome but i bet it's gonna sound way more amazing live.

hamid95
May 3rd 2016
909 Comments


Very few bands do the feel of anxiety quite like Radiohead.

Slex
May 3rd 2016
10543 Comments


i think this song is so fucking great
love the video too

Digging: Palm Reader - Sleepless

JigglyPDiddy
May 3rd 2016
3721 Comments


OMGOMGOMGOGMGOGMGOGGJDJHSHSBHSBSBJHSBHJSBSBSJHBSHBSJHBSJHBS

JigglyPDiddy
May 3rd 2016
3721 Comments


the video's amazing too

theBoneyKing
May 3rd 2016
19667 Comments


Guys this is amazing.
That string arrangement omfg

daBomb88
May 3rd 2016
78 Comments


'bout time Sputnik. Shit's been out ages!

Decent shit, too.

JWT155
May 3rd 2016
14678 Comments


By ages you mean like 4 hours

LunaticSoul
May 3rd 2016
1519 Comments


It's good.

jtswope
May 3rd 2016
5788 Comments


This is pretty good indeed.

EatingItchyButthole
May 3rd 2016
98 Comments


band fucked up hard here, they shouldve taken their electronics even further tbh

DreamAgain
May 3rd 2016
1548 Comments


Sounds like a Muse ripoff.

UnderTheNorthernScar
May 3rd 2016
602 Comments


Boy oh boy this album is gonna suck

LotusFlower
May 3rd 2016
12000 Comments


muse has never released a song that sounds like this.

also im glad theyre backing off from the electronics a tad. Between King of Limbs, AMOK, and Tomorrow's Modern Boxes, the line between bands and Thom's solo career were blurring pretty damn hard.

Faraudo
May 3rd 2016
3855 Comments


Song of the life.

Digging: Nothing - The Great Dismal

dbizzles
May 3rd 2016
14489 Comments


'Sounds like a Muse ripoff.'
That would imply that this sucks.


TheSwagguBear
May 3rd 2016
76 Comments


NEW RADIOHEAD NEW RADIOHEAD OMG OMG OMG THIS IS SO GOOD OH MY FUCKING SHITSTICK BAHLS- NO I'M NOT OVERHYPING THIS FUCK OFF

OMG OMG

dcalderon
May 3rd 2016
435 Comments


Thom sounds great, I was starting to think he was washed up.

altertide0
May 3rd 2016
3026 Comments


This is a proper song but nothing too impressive. The arrangement's pretty good but the rest is forgettable. Hope it's "just a single".

Artuma
May 3rd 2016
31885 Comments


not disappointing but not anything that special either

Digging: Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou - May Our Chambers Be Full

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 3rd 2016
62157 Comments


I never thought I'd say this but new radio head song is an absolutely bitter disappointment. I'll listen again tonight and make sure but I was not impressed at all.

Digging: MYSS KETA - IL CIELO NON E UN LIMITE

Clumseee
May 3rd 2016
1659 Comments


Song is sweet.

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 3rd 2016
62157 Comments


Ya wow I'm sorry just listened again this is by far one of the least interesting songs radiohead has written since like OK computer

LotusFlower
May 3rd 2016
12000 Comments


im hoping that much like the music video, its just a small part of something continuous that justifies its slowness as if its bridging something better. prolly wishful thinking but radiohead have yet to really stumble and its hopefully not now.

dbizzles
May 3rd 2016
14489 Comments


I'm really liking the sound of the song more than the song itself, if that makes sense. Real interested to see what the hell else we get from the rest of the album.

EyesWideShut
May 3rd 2016
5373 Comments


haha didnt expect The Wickerman.. song is cool.

AmericanFlagAsh
May 3rd 2016
9946 Comments


Lol Potsy ok

DoofusWainwright
May 3rd 2016
19991 Comments


song is better than half of the last album so that's got to be positive...so long as this isn't the best track on the new 'un

LotusFlower
May 3rd 2016
12000 Comments


"I'm really liking the sound of the song more than the song itself, if that makes sense."

makes perfect sense, interesting sound and aesthetic hampered by weak composition.

AmericanFlagAsh
May 3rd 2016
9946 Comments


The people I expected to hate on the song are hating on the song. Shocking.

Song's still amazing after 20 plays lol

DoofusWainwright
May 3rd 2016
19991 Comments


" "I'm really liking the sound of the song more than the song itself, if that makes sense."

makes perfect sense, interesting sound and aesthetic hampered by weak composition."


A fair amount of Radiohead's post Kid A output fits this description

DoofusWainwright
May 3rd 2016
19991 Comments


Site squeezin double posts out of me with all this glitchin

Shemson
May 3rd 2016
1414 Comments


Yeah listened for the second time and watched the video with it this time too, this is really nice.

brainmelter
May 3rd 2016
7176 Comments


this is aight

Digging: Plague Rider - Rhizome

dmp3131
May 3rd 2016
1359 Comments


Thought this was pretty boring and I agree with the Muse comparison.

Ryus
May 3rd 2016
21235 Comments


its good not great

Digging: Omar S - You Want

LotusFlower
May 3rd 2016
12000 Comments


Is anyone hating on this tho? Most negative commen here was the muse comparison

wwf
May 3rd 2016
6959 Comments


kinda disappointed by the lack of thom dancing tho

Ryus
May 3rd 2016
21235 Comments


i dont hate it. its clearly not one of their best but in the context of the album im hoping itll sound a little more exciting. nevertheless i'm still hyped

demigod!
May 3rd 2016
49310 Comments


its so good i jammed it like ten times already

AmericanFlagAsh
May 3rd 2016
9946 Comments


It's cryptic, manic, and menacing. I love it.

YoYoMancuso
May 3rd 2016
13112 Comments


this is a very very good song. the string arrangement is ingenious and Thom sounds like he's in top form. it's a bit of an odd choice for a lead single but i still like it a ton

wtferrothorn
May 3rd 2016
5849 Comments


Gonna have to agree with the people who aren't too crazy about the track. The strings were a really nice touch and Thoms vocals are great, but nothing else of note really on the first two listens.

Ryus
May 3rd 2016
21235 Comments


" it's a bit of an odd choice for a lead single but i still like it a ton"

this is my main problem i suppose. it makes me a tad nervous for the new album if this is the lead single since radiohead usually released total bombshells as singles but i hope that this isn't a sign of the poor quality of the new album

adr
May 3rd 2016
12097 Comments


pretty good, nothing that special tho [∞]

dmp3131
May 3rd 2016
1359 Comments


Like it much better since first listen. The string section is great here.

AngryJohnny
May 3rd 2016
1016 Comments


really nice song, vocals are great and I'm loving those strings

Tyler.
May 3rd 2016
18183 Comments


rules

AmericanFlagAsh
May 3rd 2016
9946 Comments


Exactly what I wanted after King of Limbs. Can't wait for the album. This is such a good sign.

Tyler.
May 3rd 2016
18183 Comments


rules

Tyler.
May 3rd 2016
18183 Comments


rules

Winesburgohio
Staff Reviewer
May 3rd 2016
3009 Comments


this is so good lol

Digging: No Trend - When Death Won't Solve Your Problem

glorybox94
May 3rd 2016
1018 Comments


thought it was fuckin' great. looking forward to this for sure

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 3rd 2016
62157 Comments


The fact that Americanflagash thinks this is the best direction for radio head after king of limbs literally confirms that this is the worst thing they've done in their entire career objectively

Dylan620
May 3rd 2016
5423 Comments


Given all the crap Muse used to get for sounding like Radiohead, I never thought I'd see the day that people would complain about Radiohead sounding like Muse.

Song is good but definitely not one of their best, might have to grow on me like Amnesiac and The King of Limbs did

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 3rd 2016
62157 Comments


Also fucking rofl at this being 'menacing'. The song title is utterly ironic considering how absolutely not menacing this song is in any way whatsoever.

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 3rd 2016
62157 Comments


Also fucking rofl at this being 'menacing'. The song title is utterly ironic considering how absolutely not menacing this song is in any way whatsoever.

Dylan620
May 3rd 2016
5423 Comments


Given all the crap Muse used to get for sounding like Radiohead, I never thought I'd see the day that people would complain about Radiohead sounding like Muse.

Song is good but definitely not one of their best, might have to grow on me like Amnesiac and The King of Limbs did

Dylan620
May 3rd 2016
5423 Comments


Given all the crap Muse used to get for sounding like Radiohead, I never thought I'd see the day that people would complain about Radiohead sounding like Muse.

Song is good but definitely not one of their best, might have to grow on me like Amnesiac and The King of Limbs did

Dylan620
May 3rd 2016
5423 Comments


Given all the crap Muse used to get for sounding like Radiohead, I never thought I'd see the day that people would complain about Radiohead sounding like Muse.

Song is good but definitely not one of their best, might have to grow on me like Amnesiac and The King of Limbs did

Ryus
May 3rd 2016
21235 Comments


holy fuck this site is broken

Dylan620
May 3rd 2016
5423 Comments


Given all the crap Muse used to get for sounding like Radiohead, I never thought I'd see the day that people would complain about Radiohead sounding like Muse.

Song is good but definitely not one of their best, might have to grow on me like Amnesiac and The King of Limbs did

Jots
Staff Reviewer
May 3rd 2016
7243 Comments


rip Dylan

Pheromone
May 3rd 2016
9368 Comments


yh this is very decent, liking the fact it isn't some electronic wank

Digging: pg.lost - Oscillate

claygurnz
May 3rd 2016
6056 Comments


Rip Dylan (2)

beachdude
May 3rd 2016
848 Comments


Amazing. Loving the orchestral elements.

demigod!
May 3rd 2016
49310 Comments


dont find it menacing at all, it's pretty relaxing

br4dl3yb34r
May 3rd 2016
234 Comments


Hopefully this album ends up being a return to form for them. I like the strings on this, and the hints of electronica rather than the complete reliance on it like on King of Limbs.

AmericanFlagAsh
May 3rd 2016
9946 Comments


; )

AmericanFlagAsh
May 3rd 2016
9946 Comments


How the fuck is it relaxing when the strings literally go insane at the end?
Potsy you're objectively wrong boo

Shoteru
May 3rd 2016
518 Comments


Never taken the time to properly explore Radiohead's music (weird I know). Really liking this though, and if many people seem to be finding this mediocre I guess I have a lot to look forward to in their acclaimed albums.

WillieD
May 3rd 2016
301 Comments


It's alright. I like it more than the last album (which I found almost unlistenable). I just wish they would bring in some interesting guitar or something. Make it more complex.

portableheadd
May 3rd 2016
81 Comments


Song is great, video is great, hope the album's gonna be great.

DirEnRefused
May 3rd 2016
3655 Comments


it's not menacing but i can see someone finding the strings make them ... i guess anxious? trying to find the right way to phrase it

song's better than 80% of tkol eat me

ArsMoriendi
May 3rd 2016
31871 Comments


"I like it more than the last album (which I found almost unlistenable)"

Huh?

Ryus
May 3rd 2016
21235 Comments


people gotta stop hating on TKOL when its like the ~ third best radiohead album

DirEnRefused
May 3rd 2016
3655 Comments


also thom's really on point on this which is hella encouraging

AmericanFlagAsh
May 3rd 2016
9946 Comments


Oh at people not understanding that TKOL is easily 2-3 worst Radiohead and this direction is amazing. At least RYM is keeping the single at a high rating.

LotusFlower
May 3rd 2016
12000 Comments


best part about this song is the end when the strings lose their shit

ArsMoriendi
May 3rd 2016
31871 Comments


"people gotta stop hating on TKOL when its like the ~ third best radiohead album"

5th for me, but agreed with the rest of that.

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 4th 2016
62157 Comments


"How the fuck is it relaxing when the strings literally go insane at the end?
Potsy you're objectively wrong boo"


how is it possible to be so stupid that you think that not being menacing means relaxing? serious question.

LotusFlower
May 4th 2016
12000 Comments


i think my problem with this song is that the intro is cool and the ending is amazing but the middle is plain af.

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 4th 2016
62157 Comments


i guess when all you listen to is complacent indie folk there really is no in between

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 4th 2016
62157 Comments


"wow boys i love this new boring direction radiohead is going, ive been waiting for a pablo honey throwback all my life, all the innovation was making me uncomfortable :D" -flagstache

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 4th 2016
62157 Comments


oh wait demi called it relaxing k i take back that one part but all the rest remains flag you are the worst of all time ever friends off

ArsMoriendi
May 4th 2016
31871 Comments


The strings don't even go that hard anyway, it builds up to point where they ALMOST DO then the song fucking ends. I feel gypped honestly.

It's like if you were about to climax during sex and then the person pulls out before you can.

Dylan620
May 4th 2016
5423 Comments


"pablo honey throwback"

I'm a little disappointed with this song too but it sounds absolutely nothing like Pablo Honey

LotusFlower
May 4th 2016
12000 Comments


it sounds like theres another song that picks it up though, so im optimistic about that at least.

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 4th 2016
62157 Comments


"I'm a little disappointed with this song too but it sounds absolutely nothing like Pablo Honey"

let me show you the location of the point in relation to your head


point






























head


the song is a massive regression stylistically rather than a progression

Supercoolguy64
May 4th 2016
9897 Comments


pretty good

Digging: Spread The Disease - We Bleed From Many Wounds

AmericanFlagAsh
May 4th 2016
9946 Comments


But it's not boring in any way, shape, or form. They are deviating from TKOL and you don't like it so you have to bash it. I just find you funny tbh.

KevinBaecon
May 4th 2016
263 Comments


How is this a regression? I'm imagining this full album is going to be orchestral.

Listen to Jonnys extremely experimental classical scores. Hes been recording/working with 3 of the most famous orchestras in the world in the last 10 years. His osts for The Master and There Will Be Blood are brilliant and pretty avant garde and recieved accolades. I'm thinking those ideas will be thrown in the mix on this album bc radiohead is a band always trying to move forward. Here I think this makes sense


KevinBaecon
May 4th 2016
263 Comments


How is this a regression? I'm imagining this full album is going to be orchestral.

Listen to Jonnys extremely experimental classical scores. Hes been recording/working with 3 of the most famous orchestras in the world in the last 10 years. His osts for The Master and There Will Be Blood are brilliant and pretty avant garde and recieved accolades. I'm thinking those ideas will be thrown in the mix on this album bc radiohead is a band always trying to move forward. Here I think this makes sense


Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 4th 2016
62157 Comments


@flag yep sorry its boring in every way, shape and form. and dont be stupid, I don't like it cuz the song deviates from their natural innovative progression as a band that has been known for their relentless inertia sonically, not because it deviates from TKOL. Deviation from TKOL would be the the expected result, what wasnt expected however was a shit song that only clueless ppl like u could think is great.

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 4th 2016
62157 Comments


"How is this a regression?"

ill tell ya!

the song focuses on two aspects of Radioheads career that they have already masterfully executed in the past. Electronic percussion and cinematic flair. the difference this time is that the electronic percussion on this song sounds like the band just got their first drum machine and picked up the shittiest free sample pack on kickasstorrents they could find and the 'orchestral' arrangements you speak of are as straight forward as their alt rock days instead of being emotive and challenging.

"Listen to Jonnys extremely experimental classical scores. Hes been recording/working with 3 of the most famous orchestras in the world in the last 10 years. His osts for The Master and There Will Be Blood are brilliant and pretty avant garde and recieved accolades. I'm thinking those ideas will be thrown in the mix on this album bc radiohead is a band always trying to move forward. Here I think this makes sense"

and yet this song isnt a jonny greenwood experimental classical score and there is nothing avant garde about it at all

Tyler.
May 4th 2016
18183 Comments


really dont want a full on orchestral album from them. this song is okay but i hope they change things up a bit more

StreetlightRock
Emeritus
May 4th 2016
3977 Comments


Seriously love the strings on this.

Digging: Dizzee Rascal - E3 AF

NakedSnake
May 4th 2016
664 Comments


sounds like animal collective

dcalderon
May 4th 2016
435 Comments


This is a great song, not great for Radiohead standard, but great overall. What's not great is that guy trying to be the center of attention over the first Radiohead single in 5 years. Never gonna happen pal.

Yes, we know you didn't like it, it's fine.

Feather
May 4th 2016
6272 Comments


It's tough, but it's good

Digging: Seahaven - Halo of Hurt

CaptainAaarrrggghhh
May 4th 2016
425 Comments


Looking at the comment section I start to wonder if the same pool of polarizing opinions was swirling back in 2000 in wake of Kid A, when Radiohead only had three albums to compare the new stuff to.

As for the song, it's definetely not some compositional break through but I believe it doesn't need to be. The fact that they delivered it tied in with the video says a lot - they do go absolutely hand in hand. Much like in the original Wicker Man the peacuful rural facade was hiding something horrific and inhumane, this song hovers on the sustained note of outward repose with hints of something darker lurking behind the corner. And, accomodating the visual story, the strings start to ascend manically towards the end as a sign of a, well, "low flying panic attack".

It's a great mood piece but it doesn't make for a good song per se.

fromrows
May 4th 2016
388 Comments


Enjoyed this quite a lot!

RadicalEd
May 4th 2016
9546 Comments


Song is okay but really nothing to write home about imo, video is cool.

Pangea
May 4th 2016
5174 Comments


Pretty great

Digging: Kvelertak - Kvelertak

BrushedRed
May 4th 2016
3297 Comments


Underwhelming. But pretty much anything is compared to "Reckoner," "Motion Picture Soundtrack," and "Worrywort"

altertide0
May 4th 2016
3026 Comments


no alarms and no surprises from rh this time

Alucard125
May 4th 2016
637 Comments


Sounds like they're using more strings, just like on their version of 'Spectre'. Really enjoyed this.

Onirium
May 4th 2016
3039 Comments


Is the Spectre song expected to appear on the album?

Digging: Haley Heynderickx - I Need to Start a Garden

LotusFlower
May 4th 2016
12000 Comments


I doubt it. Spectre was the scrapped theme song for the Janes Bknd movie so it wouldn't make sense contextually to include it.

ciregno
May 4th 2016
479 Comments


do i like the song? very much so.
do i think it's one of their better singles? too early to tell, but given the initial couple of listens i've given, i'd say no.
do i like the direction they're headed? i'm just glad there's new radiohead.

don't try to convince me or anyone else who does enjoy this song, why this song sucks if you don't like it however. i'm not gonna waste my time trying to tell the haters why this song is good either. just be happy (or indifferent) that there's even new radiohead to begin with.

LotusFlower
May 4th 2016
12000 Comments


No ones been trying to convince shit have you even looked at the thread?

StarlessCore
May 4th 2016
7618 Comments


better than any king of limbs trk

onionbubs
May 4th 2016
12722 Comments


the more i listen the better it sounds.

Flugmorph
May 4th 2016
23430 Comments


im so glad he made it out of there. being burned must be a horrible death.

SmileNerd
May 4th 2016
495 Comments


This album will be excellent. The song is fantastic and the video goes great with it.

SmileNerd
May 4th 2016
495 Comments


This album will be excellent. The song is fantastic and the video goes great with it.

SmileNerd
May 4th 2016
495 Comments


This album will be excellent. The song is fantastic and the video goes great with it.

SmileNerd
May 4th 2016
495 Comments


Triple post, I apologize.

Feather
May 4th 2016
6272 Comments


This song is just as good as the new Pierce the Veil song, Circles :^)

MercuryToHell
May 4th 2016
1352 Comments


I am digging the balls out of this, and I've never even been a huge Radiohead fan bar a few songs.

dbizzles
May 4th 2016
14489 Comments


Yeah, I've listened to this at least 5 or 6 times now and I'm liking it a lot. I love the simple percussion and the strings.

barcafan21
May 4th 2016
2800 Comments


fantastic song, beyond hyped for this album

wtferrothorn
May 4th 2016
5849 Comments


After a couple listens this grew on me a bit more, pretty nice song. Those strings man, those strings.

UnderTheNorthernScar
May 4th 2016
602 Comments


Yeah this grew on me a surprising amount

furyroad97
May 4th 2016
551 Comments


Video kinda reminds me of Wicker Man if it ended up being a Postman Pat episode. Between this song & Spectre, consider me goddamn hyped.

Digging: clipping. - Visions of Bodies Being Burned

dawija1017
May 4th 2016
690 Comments


Not gonna compare and contrast this song to others or give it some sort of rating, just simply going to enjoy it for the amazing piece it is

Digging: Killer Be Killed - Reluctant Hero

p4p
May 5th 2016
1959 Comments


"better than TKOL" users with 76% altrock piechart

LotusFlower
May 5th 2016
12000 Comments


i just cant find myself keeping interest in this song, i keep skipping halfway through it.

ArsMoriendi
May 5th 2016
31871 Comments


The song is slightly better when you watch it with the video... I'll give them that.

Royl123
May 5th 2016
2104 Comments


I think a downtempo beat would have made this song even better.

bigboss00
May 5th 2016
79 Comments


Way better than anything on TKOL. Those strings and the chorus are great. Id give it a 3.5-4 depending on where it settles. Promising for the album

BrushedRed
May 5th 2016
3297 Comments


If it were a Muse song it'd be a 4.5/5. For it to be Radiohead it's like a 2.3/5 lets be real now. Let's not only like it cuz it's Radiohead and Fantano loved it. It's still mediocre.

Captain Civic
May 5th 2016
412 Comments


Yeah way better than Limbs. Video is freakin weird though

DoofusWainwright
May 5th 2016
19991 Comments


P4p confirmed as genre slave, let it go man

LotusFlower
May 5th 2016
12000 Comments


if this was a muse song it would still be lame tbh

onionbubs
May 5th 2016
12722 Comments


if it were a muse song, itd be a step in the right direction.

or at least, one better than their last three albums.

TumsFestival
May 5th 2016
2470 Comments


video gives me Moral Orel vibes

Feather
May 5th 2016
6272 Comments


This >>> TKOL

guitarded_chuck
May 5th 2016
18061 Comments


songs pretty good but im not like jizzing over it or even that excited

clander270
May 5th 2016
433 Comments


Song is definitely a grower

dbizzles
May 5th 2016
14489 Comments


'Let's not only like it cuz it's Radiohead and Fantano loved it.'

I like it because it is good. I don't know why anyone would ever even base anything on Fantano's opinion, let alone even wonder his thoughts on any music at all. I have seen 1 of his reviews. His opinions mean nothing to me.

redshift912
May 5th 2016
38 Comments


ehh

redshift912
May 5th 2016
38 Comments


fantano also crapped on gore. his opinion does not really line up with mine most of the time.

DickLeggingtonThe3rd
May 5th 2016
88 Comments


Pretty forgettable. Nice vocals as usual but thats about it

Feather
May 5th 2016
6272 Comments


@dbizzles m/

ArsMoriendi
May 5th 2016
31871 Comments


Fantano definitely has a Sputnik account.I refuse to believe otherwise.

onionbubs
May 5th 2016
12722 Comments


imagine if fantano is secretly cjsixpointfive

anatelier
May 5th 2016
3643 Comments


Sounds nothing like Muse, if anything I hear plenty of St Vincent

LotusFlower
May 5th 2016
12000 Comments


Fantano definitely has a Sputnik account.I refuse to believe otherwise.


fantano referenced and screencapped sputnikmusic in the review for The New CALassic.

edit: it wasnt the CALassic review, but he DID mention sputnikmusic in one of his videos.

KevinBaecon
May 5th 2016
263 Comments


@LordePots

This hi hats are weak af depending on if you focus on them too much

I don't fully disagree with anything you said in your last comment. However, I wasn't offended by the track. The staccato phrasings evoke palm muted guitar chord progressions that are standard even if they are accented by additional voicings from the orchestra. I still am fully anticipating the rest of the album to have an orchestra. The reason I bring Jonnys excellent scores up is because I also expect Radiohead to experiment with the music on their albums. I expect and hope to see that experimentation on the new album and I expect and hope that the experimentaion from Jonnys fucking amazing scores to be a part of that. It makes sense considering this band has experimented so successfully in the past. If the whole album sounded like this then yeah I would be disappointed but I'm not disappointed until that happens and I'm not expecting it to at all either. Hopefully

Titan
May 5th 2016
21458 Comments


predicting it now....burn the witch will not be on the new record

Digging: Fates Warning - Long Day Good Night

Asdfp277
May 5th 2016
23038 Comments


song is pretty dull and straightforward, it's still cute but i'm easily pleased so

AmericanFlagAsh
May 6th 2016
9946 Comments


Every time I listen to it, it gets better. New album is going to be amazing.

Lasseg
May 6th 2016
41 Comments


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTAU7lLDZYU another song out!

GreyShadow
May 6th 2016
4317 Comments


This new one is gorgeous. Probably their best since In Rainbows

Digging: Kill Your Ex - From Words to Motion

Lasseg
May 6th 2016
41 Comments


i agree! super hyped!

Slex
May 6th 2016
10543 Comments


Burn The Witch is a 4.5 for me, Daydreaming is a 3.5-4. I think they bode well for the album. Cannot wait

zakalwe
May 6th 2016
32061 Comments


Daydreaming and this one are magnificent.

Album has potential to be a contender. This generations Darkside of the Moon.


ArsMoriendi
May 6th 2016
31871 Comments


Daydreaming is pretty great and shits all over Burn the Witch

I give it a 4/5

Asdfp277
May 6th 2016
23038 Comments


Bet this is gonna be a solid 3.2

p4p
May 6th 2016
1959 Comments


"no guitars n drumz new song sucks" doofusw/eright

hogan900
May 6th 2016
3185 Comments


New song is incredibly beautiful.

YoYoMancuso
May 6th 2016
13112 Comments


Daydreaming is my favorite Radiohead song in a loooong time. Officially very excited for the record.

theBoneyKing
May 6th 2016
19667 Comments


Holy shit Daydreaming is fucking amazing.

BlacKapes
May 6th 2016
1962 Comments


boring as shit, like everything else they've done. one of the most overrated bands ever

JackySpence
May 7th 2016
16 Comments


Shite

chipperjones
May 7th 2016
79 Comments


I dig it enough to be interested in the next song

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


Both songs are above ok but 1. Radiohead will never surprise like they did on 'The Bends', 'OKC' and 'Kid A'. Every song they've released since could have been on one of those three.

Only thing I'm slightly worried about are these songs remind me of the slightly muddy Hail to the Thief for some reason

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


"Every song they've released since could have been on one of those three."

"Pulk/Pull Revolving Doors", "Life in a Glasshouse", "Myxomatosis", "Reckoner", "Feral" all would be surprising on either of these (just to name a few).

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


Something similar to all those could have wound up on 'Kid A' - something similar to 'Glasshouse' could have ended up on Computer, not a million miles away from Karma Police really

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


lol no. just because they're pop songs with experimental touches (with the exception of "pulk") doesn't automatically make them fit for kid a. good luck trying to make "glasshouse" work on okc.

Titan
May 7th 2016
21458 Comments


band is beyond predictable, many songs could've ended up on many of their albums.....you're just used to them now, placed where they are, after listening to them 1000 times alterbro and you wouldn't have it any other way

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


I think growing up with Radiohead as my favourite band at the time 'The Bends' came out of nowhere, no one was releasing songs like 'Street Spirit' - it was a groundbreaking album as unbelievable as that may seem with hindsight. Then 'OK comp' was different league, 'paranoid android' was again absolutely unique and unexpected at the time. Then they drop 'kid a' with idioteque and everything in its right place - again nothing else like it, a total surprise for Radiohead.

Then they stuck in similar territories, Amnesiac broke the chain of three groundbreaking classics and huge genre shifts. They've been good since, and 'Rainbows' was a comeback that found a middle ground between early period and late period Radiohead, but they're now quite predictable now and generally nowhere near as consistent as on those three classic albums.

Rowan5215
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2016
44292 Comments


Almost every album since than has been better than both of those tho

Titan
May 7th 2016
21458 Comments


we will see tomorrow if they are predictable or not.....i still say burn the witch wont be on it

Ryus
May 7th 2016
21235 Comments


i really hope it won't be. daydreaming would be a cool closer though

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


Row I mentioned three classics - Kid A, Bends and Ok Comp

Ryus
May 7th 2016
21235 Comments


almost every album after the bends and OK computer have been better than the bends and OK computer tbh

in rainbows and kid A are both light years ahead of any of their 90s material

Rowan5215
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2016
44292 Comments


Ok true - Kid A is undeniably top shelf Radiohead, I meant to say the other two are pretty average by their standards, I'd take anything except Pablo Honey and HTTT over the both of 'em

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


Ryus we'll just have to disagree. You can argue genre wise that you prefer their later material but in terms of them being better albums irrespective of genre no way.

King of Limbs is a short patchy album with some B Side quality material. Hail to the Thief is a sprawling mess despite having some great tunes. Amnesiac again doesn't feel anywhere as consistent or unified stylistically as Kid A.

The Bends has Just, Iron Lung, Street Spirit, Fake Plastic, etc. These are songs that changed the shape of 90's rock. King of Limbs I'd be surprised if people even remember which songs are on it, pleasant but not particularly memorable.

I've had to ride out both backlashes - 1. They've lost it since they ditched the guitars and now 2. Everything pre Kid A is inferior to what followed. I don't agree with either argument

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


I'm not saying that every single song by them after Kid A was groundbreaking.
I'm saying that not every single song by them after Kid A wasn't.

Ryus
May 7th 2016
21235 Comments


@doofus the thing is, i am a big fan of 90s alt rock, but i just prefer more experimental radiohead. the bends does have some good songs but the king of limbs is more consistent, hail to the thief has better highlights, and amnesiac is more daring and interesting. i can understand why someone would think the bends and OK computer are better but if you're ignoring the influence, i think their post-kid a material is just better

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


the bends changed the shape of nothing

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


The Bends changed nothing? That's why near enough every guitar based band after that album clearly took it as a reference point for about four or five years. Massive album at the time.

Rowan5215
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2016
44292 Comments


Most of the 'patchy' b-sides on TKOL are way more interesting than anything on the Bends. Irregardless of what that album did for popular culture it's still just ok

Ryus
May 7th 2016
21235 Comments


rowan knows

theBoneyKing
May 7th 2016
19667 Comments


Who cares how interesting the songs are if they're good? Sure, TKoL is a more "interesting" album than The Bends but the songs on The Bends are so much better.

Ryus
May 7th 2016
21235 Comments


because more interesting songs means better songs most of the time.

i'll say it another way then if you don't like my wording: the songs on the king of limbs are so much better than the songs on the bends

Rowan5215
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2016
44292 Comments


Yeah by more interesting I essentially meant better in every way tbh

DirEnRefused
May 7th 2016
3655 Comments


yeah band really blew it with recent releases definitely lost their touch everyone hated in rainbows

Ryus
May 7th 2016
21235 Comments


oops you were talking to rowan but i also said that TKOL is more interesting than the bends so ¯_(ツ)_/¯

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


"everyone hated in rainbows"

some people did (me for example)

Ryus
May 7th 2016
21235 Comments


in rainbows is tied for their best with kid a :'[

DrGonzo1937
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2016
16684 Comments


Buzzing for the new album, this song is sweet.

Digging: Solstafir - Endless Twilight of Codependent Love

theBoneyKing
May 7th 2016
19667 Comments


For me at least, at the end of the day the best music is that which makes me feel something. Sure, interesting music can be and often is very good, but if an artist can't put the interesting elements together in a way that makes a good song then it is not much better than an uninteresting song. What I mean is that songwriting and experimentation are two completely different skills and that songwriting is the superior of the two.

This is a bit extreme, but me banging on pots and pans for five minutes with no sense of meter or rhythm would certainly be interesting, but not good.

This whole argument doesn't apply very well to the situation we're discussing here though - I disagree that The Bends isn't interesting at all (I here defer to Doof, who actually experienced the release of The Bends and OKC and thus has a better sense of how they fit into the musical landscape of their time), and I really like, even love, TKoL as well, and adore Kid A and Amnesiac.

Cimnele
May 7th 2016
1498 Comments


drugged up dumbasses who picked up guitars three weeks ago can write perfectly good rock songs, it's not a particularly rare trait

Asdfp277
May 7th 2016
23038 Comments


it is

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


favoring "feels" over thought in music is so cheap tho but whatever

the bends may have had a big "cultural" impact at the time but musically it was a *product* of its times (grunge, britpop, alt rock), certainly not a game-changer, at least not if you looked beyond the mainstream.

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


I dunno, I'd still rather listen to 'Bullet Proof' than 'Give Up the Ghost'. I'd rather Street Spirit than Codex.

I don't really get it myself but pleased people dig KoL so much

zakalwe
May 7th 2016
32061 Comments


"Both songs are above ok but 1. Radiohead will never surprise like they did on 'The Bends'"

What the bleedin hell are you prattling on about? The Bends as great as it was/is was about as surprising as Coldplay.

"Only thing I'm slightly worried about are these songs remind me of the slightly muddy Hail to the Thief for some reason."

Oh it's alright, I see you've completely lost your mind. Come on hold it together doof dude.

Cimnele
May 7th 2016
1498 Comments


more people would prob like Lotus Flower if it had a kick - snare - kick kick snare - beat along with acoustic strumming I dunno why they released the tune with all that *interesting* stuff

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


Zak 'burn the witch' has 'hail to the thief' written all over it

Name an album anything like The Bends before that album. 'Grace'? Possibly. Struggling beyond that. Even your 'Holy Bible's and 'Troublegum's sound zip all like it.

Coldplay arrived a good three or four years later. First you had Travis. Muse arrived a few years after too.

Also I was saying 'the bends' surprised after 'pablo'...'computer' surprised after 'bends'...'kid a' surprised after 'computer'. Amnesiac didn't surprise in that way - and that's how it's remained since.

Surprised you have KoL 4.5'd. Give up the Ghost is probably my favourite off that album and that's still just a 4/5 sort of tune

theBoneyKing
May 7th 2016
19667 Comments


Cinmele, I'm not saying uninteresting music is better than interesting music, but rather that an interesting (by which I mean in some way experimental or unorthodox) song is not inherently better than any uninteresting one.

And c'mon zak, I get the point you're trying to make, but Coldplay are a bad example as (early on at least) they were directly influenced by Radiohead, and The Bends in particular.

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


The Coldplay and Muse debut albums came out five years after The Bends - says it all. Took other bands that long to catch up...and Radiohead had moved on.

Plus obviously The Bends is 100 times better than Parachutes and Showbiz anyway.

'The Bends' came out eight months after 'Grace' so it probably had a little bit of an influence on Yorke but not overwhelmingly so. That influence is definitely there though.

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


the bends wasn't surprising after pablo

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


Mystic alt

Name a pre Bends album that sounds anything like it

Name a song before Street Spirit that sounds anything like it (don't say 'Creep' lol)

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


"Street Spirit" is one song. As for Bends-like music, Pablo Honey ofc, Grace as you said, Neil Young recorded stuff like this in the 70's.

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


I'm not saying The Bends was a rip-off, it was ok originality-wise, but you seem to make it look like it was fucking Spiderland or Tago Mago, which it wasn't.

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


No, it had way more direct influence on the course that guitar music took in the following years than either of those two you're absolutely correct. Yorke's singing and Greenwood's guitar playing were really distinct and the mood of the album is incredible to my mind, I certainly think the band are missing a bit of the magic of that album at times ('In Rainbows' referenced it in places though)

You may not like the album all that much personally but that doesn't diminish its influence. I don't see how everyone can cream themselves over 'Grace' and 'Wish You Were Here' on this site then badmouth 'The Bends' and Ok Computer'.

Seems really try hard but fair enough, they were groundbreaking albums, that is irrefutable

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


"[The Bends] had way more direct influence on the course that guitar music took in the following years than either of [Tago Mago and Spiderland] you're absolutely correct"

LOL

made my day

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


I don't know all of Neil Young's stuff but nothing I've heard sounds anything like Radiohead.

Nothing on Pablo hinted this band would record an album of The Bends quality. It has that 'greater than the sum of its parts' thing going for it, it has a really intoxicating atmosphere, and Yorke's singing is one of the best vocal performances of the 90's so that alone raises it to 'Grace' levels of significance for me (very different singers but Thom really has so many subtleties to his voice...sadly which is now very obviously fading)

Titan
May 7th 2016
21458 Comments


nice to see some constructive debating......far and few between around here.....keep at it boys

Mongi123
May 7th 2016
20963 Comments


I prefer this song to Daydreaming by a lot, but Daydreaming was still pretty good

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


Firstly, I hope you don't include me in your list of people who "cream themselves over 'Grace' and 'Wish You Were Here'".

Secondly, well, I don't know Doof, seems to me like you're looking at it a bit too subjectively. I mean, I'm not exactly sure what you mean when you say "Yorke's singing and Greenwood's guitar playing were really distinct and the mood of the album is incredible". I'd describe The Bends as "alternative rock song based music played by a standard rock band with soft vocals and tender atmosphere" - seems to me like Neil was doing the same stuff earlier.

Maybe we just have a different definition of groundbreaking, I don't know. AMM and John Fahey had hardly any impact on mainstream or even underground culture, and at least Fahey had few followers, but I'd say their music was far more "groundbreaking" than Grace or The Bends, which spawned many bands (like Coldplay or Muse).

zakalwe
May 7th 2016
32061 Comments


Bends was Achtung Baby for the kids.

ArsMoriendi
May 7th 2016
31871 Comments


Eew U2 why would you even make that comparison?

zakalwe
May 7th 2016
32061 Comments


You weren't there man. I'm telling ya.
The vocal theatrics were all 'a bit U2' on the Bends. When OKC was released that really was something different. Kid A even more so but that was too confusing to be generally exciting and bring about an overnight musical revolution

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


I suppose I look at impact and the fact is people still hold up Radiohead as the most important guitar band who formed in the 90's - and that started with 'The Bends'.

I unashamedly love that album but I get people think it's overrated



zakalwe
May 7th 2016
32061 Comments


You ever jammed Quadrophenia doof dude?

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


Zak you might be right, was never a massive fan of U2. But Yorke vs the Bonio? The Thommy knocker by a KO

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


"the fact is people still hold up Radiohead as the most important guitar band who formed in the 90's - and that started with 'The Bends'"

that I can certainly agree with although I don't think it means anything

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


ooops, nope! you are wrong after all! Radiohead formed in 1985.

source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiohead

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


Released their first album in the 90's is what I meant :D

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


Maybe Pablo honey was also a surprise...as it clearly took 8 years for them to release

ArsMoriendi
May 7th 2016
31871 Comments


"ooops, nope! you are wrong after all! Radiohead formed in 1985."

They obviously started under a different name then because the song that they're named after -Talking Heads "Radio Head"- came out in 1986

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 7th 2016
62157 Comments


rekt

ArsMoriendi
May 7th 2016
31871 Comments


So I looked it up and from 1985-1991 they were called On a Friday lol

The label pressured them to change their name because wow that band name sucks. So they changed it to Radiohead sometime in 91.

theBoneyKing
May 7th 2016
19667 Comments


Ergo technically speaking Radiohead formed in the 90s.

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


On a Friday 'Ok Computer' urghhhh

Necessary intervention

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 7th 2016
62157 Comments


that is the worst band name ive ever heard

ArsMoriendi
May 7th 2016
31871 Comments


Another reason to thank Talking Heads



DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


On a Friday with... 'Kidday'

ArsMoriendi
May 7th 2016
31871 Comments


I feel like if they kept the name On a Friday they would have stayed an alt rock band or would have went post-hardcore or something xD

altertide0
May 7th 2016
3026 Comments


Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra change their name every fucking album (so did Foetus in the 80s btw), but I'm yet to hear "Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra formed in 2010"

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 7th 2016
62157 Comments


Taking Back Friday

ArsMoriendi
May 7th 2016
31871 Comments


All of Foetus's incarnations contained the word "Foetus" and all of Silver Mt. Zion's incarnations contained "Silver Mt. Zion"

On a Friday does not contain the word "Radiohead" in it... oh wait I see it now: OrNa Ad FiRoIhDeAaYd

theBoneyKing
May 7th 2016
19667 Comments


Lol I was being cheeky with that comment alt, yeah of course they've existed as a band since the 80s but that was when they were teenagers with probably little intent of seriously becoming musicians (with the exception of Jonny since I'm pretty sure he got a music theory degree in college), so in spirit the group we consider Radiohead formed in the 90s.

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 7th 2016
62157 Comments


he's right tho name changes does not equate to newly formed band

Titan
May 7th 2016
21458 Comments


'So I looked it up and from 1985-1991 they were called On a Friday lol

how the fuck do you turds not know this lol?

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 7th 2016
62157 Comments


we arent 87 years old like u

ArsMoriendi
May 7th 2016
31871 Comments


Yeah probably, I just wanted to play devil's advocate 3: )

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 7th 2016
62157 Comments


plus nobody with good taste gives a fuck about radioheads early days

ArsMoriendi
May 7th 2016
31871 Comments


"how the fuck do you turds not know this lol?"

It's literally in the Wikipedia article, I know you're old, but surfing the internet isn't hard.

Titan
May 7th 2016
21458 Comments


ars your comment makes 0 sense....at least it's consistent with 99% of your posts though....and yes, not being as die of a hard radiohead fan as some of you, even i knew they were called On A Friday
Potsy gets schooled again

ArsMoriendi
May 7th 2016
31871 Comments


Wait I misread your comment, I thought you said "how the fuck do you turds know this lol?"

Titan
May 7th 2016
21458 Comments


LordeFaux

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 7th 2016
62157 Comments


tbh it sounds like you're more of a radiohead fanboy than anyone else on this site

Titan
May 7th 2016
21458 Comments


Rushhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh baby

ArsMoriendi
May 7th 2016
31871 Comments


FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!

Cimnele
May 7th 2016
1498 Comments


🐘 🐘 🐘

Cimnele
May 7th 2016
1498 Comments


🐘 tromp tromp

Cimnele
May 7th 2016
1498 Comments


flap ears 🐘

p4p
May 7th 2016
1959 Comments


"hey've lost it since they ditched the guitars" typical user with 87% altrock piechart

p4p
May 7th 2016
1959 Comments


is this your new contributor staff sputnik? a user named doof? contrib with stupid ratings and bad opinions?

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 7th 2016
62157 Comments


lol p4p agreed





Cimnele
May 7th 2016
1498 Comments


🐘 i wanna contribute too barrroooooo

DoofusWainwright
May 7th 2016
19991 Comments


p4p I'm here to bring this site. to. its. knees.

Cygnatti
May 7th 2016
33874 Comments


Vid is cool. Those strints sound kinda lame. This song sounds like it could have come out 10 years ago, and i wouldn't have batted an eye then if it did as i didn't just now.
Pretty disappointing.

Digging: Peter Evans Quintet - Ghosts

zakalwe
May 7th 2016
32061 Comments


Don't be a penis.

Love always xx

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 8th 2016
62157 Comments


yeah fuck those strints

stupid fuckin strints

anarchistfish
May 8th 2016
28436 Comments


way worse than the other one

Cygnatti
May 8th 2016
33874 Comments


I kinda want them to make synthpop.
But then again i want everyone to make synthpop these days. x.x

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 8th 2016
62157 Comments


i do not want them to make synthpop

and i also want everyone to make synthpop

take that as you will

Cygnatti
May 8th 2016
33874 Comments


You probs have better judgment than i

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 8th 2016
62157 Comments


obvs

ArsMoriendi
May 8th 2016
31871 Comments


Not that I want it, but I'm expecting an electronic chamber pop album at this point...

Asdfp277
May 8th 2016
23038 Comments


that's dumb

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 8th 2016
62157 Comments


its really not considering what their new 2 albums have sounded like and what their last song sounded like. chill asdfp

ArsMoriendi
May 8th 2016
31871 Comments


If I'm right and it does end up being chamber pop I hope there's more orchestral instruments than just strings. Some brass instruments could actually make the album brilliant.

Asdfp277
May 8th 2016
23038 Comments


i wouldn't really call it pop in any way at all, much less chamber pop

edit: ars that's a good idea actually

iloveyouall
May 8th 2016
6319 Comments


i'd say it's more poop, yea

theBoneyKing
May 8th 2016
19667 Comments


Brass instruments do usually make things better.

A Radiohead chamber pop album would be the tits.

ArsMoriendi
May 8th 2016
31871 Comments


I'm prepared for this album possibly sucking. I'm bracing myself for mediocrity.

ArsMoriendi
May 8th 2016
31871 Comments


Maybe low expectations will help me like it incase it isn't all that and a bag of chips.

Lord(e)Po)))ts
May 8th 2016
62157 Comments


"i wouldn't really call it pop in any way at all, much less chamber pop"

basically all im hearing is that you legit have no idea what chamber pop is

DoofusWainwright
May 8th 2016
19991 Comments


I've heard producing chamber pot sounds is piss easy

Feather
May 8th 2016
6272 Comments


Really digging this obviously

onionbubs
February 23rd 2017
12722 Comments


didn't we do this yesterday with deftones?

TheMrAlexK
February 23rd 2017
12047 Comments


Greatest song i've ever heard

DODRUGS420
July 12th 2017
5 Comments


this is great!

dbizzles
July 12th 2017
14489 Comments


I will fuck you up, dude.

Spiral Skies
July 12th 2017
204 Comments


This and Feral are my least favorite Radiohead song since HTTT, yet I still like this and Feral quite a bit. Goes to show how amazing their music always is no matter how often they change it up.



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