The slowed-down rendition of the band’s hit song was produced for a fashion show earlier this year.
Thom Yorke has released a sprawling remix of Radiohead’s 1993 track Creep. Entitled Creep (Very 2021 Rmx), the ghostly nine-minute reimagining was first produced for an UNDERCOVER F/W21 fashion show that took place earlier this year. The cult Japanese brand is helmed by designer Jun Takahashi, who also provided the artwork for an accompanying Creep (Very 2021 Rmx) music video. Take a look at the visual and check out the track below.
Back in May, Yorke and his Radiohead bandmate Johnny Greenwood announced their new project The Smile – a new group comprised of Yorke, Greenwood and jazz drummer Tom Skinner. Nigel Godrich, Radiohead’s longtime producer who also plays with Yorke in Atoms for Peace, is also involved. The Smile debuted as part of Glastonbury Festival’s Live At Worthy Farm stream.
Last month, Radiohead donated a rare test pressing of their 2000 album Kid A to a charity raffle. The vinyl pressing was one of many signed or rare music-based prizes being raffled off as part of an online fundraiser for Brighton-founded charity Gig Buddies.
Creep (Very 2021 Rmx) is out now via XL Recordings.
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