Radiohead craft low-key visual for 'The Numbers'

A few weeks ago, Radiohead tried out a new drummer and it looks they're keeping "it" around. The band's new music video for “The Numbers” features a cast of Jonny Greenwood, Thom Yorke and a good ole' Roland CR-78 drum machine.

In the Paul Thomas Anderson-directed clip, the pair strums and sings on a picturesque cliffside setting in Tarzana, California. The sunny video ends quizzically as Greenwood powers down the machine and Yorke states: "Probably."  

Anderson previously directed Radiohead's “Daydreaming” and “Present Tense” music videos. Over the past few months, the band has rolled out a collection of visuals for A Moon Shaped Pool, including a music video for “Burn the Witch” and an artist series for the songs “Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief,” “The Numbers,” “Identikit,” “Glass Eyes,” “Daydreaming,” “Ful Stop,” and “Desert Island Disk.”

Check out "The Numbers" music video above.