Radiohead is back with a bang with their new album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’


It might sound like a cliche, but Radiohead is not just an alternative rock band. It is something more than that. It is a mesmerizing experience that all the Radiohead fans love to relive everyday or at regular intervals, at least. No matter how old the band gets or how old their fans get, they’ve never disappointed their hardcore fans since the time they released their first album which is something that every band cannot achieve. This is one of the major reasons Radiohead is one of the legendary bands. Moreover, every band or artist has a unique sound, a unique aura, and a unique way of affecting their fans emotionally.

If you’re a full-fledged Radiohead fan, then you know the way their music moves us is not just limited to the entertainment factor. They make us think about issues that affect us at some or the other level intensely, they make us see things differently, and give us directions that lead to extreme self-realizations. Songs like house of cards, karma police, paranoid android, go slowly, and no surprises give you an idea of how they can make you a better person. By the way, the list of such songs goes on. Often, we find it hard to realize that the music we listen to understands us better than we understand ourselves. May be, that is why music makes us feel better even when we go through a tough and a bad phase and find it extremely difficult to come up with a solution.

After a long time, they’ve released their new album called ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ and surely, it is worth the wait. With this album, they have managed to surprise their fans again with beautiful videos, especially the video given below. Here’s one of the songs called Daydreaming from their new album. Enjoy it!

The best part is Radiohead is a group of insanely outstanding musical geniuses (Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood, Ed O’Brien, and Phil Selway) who are cool. Like literally! Take a look at this video given below. The media has tried its level best to hide their habit of interfering in artists’ or bands’ personal issues by giving a misleading title, but the video is not “awkward”. Not even a bit!


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