Yorke penned lyrics to “Airbag” from 1997’s 'OK Computer' inside a copy of William Blake’s 'Songs of Innocence and Experience.'
Turns out Radiohead recorded a theme song for the latest James Bond movie, but since Thom Yorke says 'it didn't work out,' the frontman shared it for Christmas.
In his letter to Father Christmas, Thom Yorke asks, "Perhaps this year you would consider not giving any presents to oil company executives?"
Yorke debuted a new song reportedly titled "Silent Spring," which he hinted might appear on Radiohead's upcoming album.
"It’s like what the Nazis did during the Second World War," Yorke said. "It’s like what everyone was doing during the war -- stealing the art of other countries."
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has been vocal in urging world leaders to reach a deal on clean energy and he participated in London's historic march on Sunday.
Yorke headlined Pitchfork Paris, playing cuts from across his solo albums and Atoms for Peace's 'Amok,' plus a handful of new songs.
For the follow-up to 'OK Computer,' Radiohead stripped their sound of guitars, live drums, and even vocals, resulting in 'Kid A' after months of difficulty.
Yorke’s “Villain” debuted at Rag & Bone’s runway show earlier this week.
The Radiohead frontman played his first show in support of his latest solo album in Japan.