Over the past two months, Radiohead has rolled out a series videos to accompany their latest album A Moon Shaped Pool. The band called on various artists to contribute visual interpretations of the album’s sounds.
The iconic English band just completed the project with the ninth and final video, a vignette entitled “The Numbers” directed by Grant Gee, who masterminded the 1998 Radiohead-documentary “Meeting People is Easy.”
The final short film paints an eerie portrait of industrialism and factory influence in Port Talbot, Wales.
The visual series contained nine videos in total by artists Tarik Barri, Oscar Hudson, Adam Buxton, Michał Marczak, Weirdcore, Richard Ayoade, Yorgos Lanthimos and Ben Wheatley.
A Moon Shaped Pool is Radiohead's ninth studio album and contains the singles "Burn the Witch" and "Daydreaming."
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