Radiohead ‘Weird Fishes’ Video By Tobias Stretch

Radiohead posted the fan made music video for ‘Weird Fishes’, created by Tobias Stretch, one of the winners of the band’s Aniboom Animation Contest. The track is off Radiohead’s latest album ‘In Rainbows’. Watch it below.

Radiohead ‘Videotape’ Fan Made Video

Radiohead posted the fan made music video for ‘Videotape’, created by Wolfgang Jaiser and Claus Winter One, one of the winning entries of the band’s Aniboom Animation Contest. The track is off Radiohead’s latest album ‘In Rainbows’. Watch it via MySpace below.

Radiohead ’15 Step’ Video By Kota Totori

Radiohead posted the fan made music video for ’15 Step’, created by Kota Totori, one of the winning entries of the band’s Aniboom Animation Contest. The track is off Radiohead’s latest album ‘In Rainbows’. Watch it via MySpace below.

Radiohead ‘Reckoner’ Video By Clement Picon

A video for Radiohead’s ‘Reckoner’ by Clement Picon, one of the winners of the Aniboom animation contest for the British rock group, has been posted at their YouTube channel. ‘Reckoner’ is the fourth single off their seventh album ‘In Rainbows’, out now. Watch it below.

Radiohead ‘House Of Cards’ Video

Radiohead are out with the video to their new single ‘House Of Cards’, directed by James Frost, from the British rock group’s seventh studio album ‘In Rainbows’, out now on XL Recordings. Watch it below.

Vote In The Radiohead Animated Video Competition

This past winter Radiohead and Aniboom invited animators to create a video for any song off the British alternative rock group’s latest album ‘In Rainbows’. Over 1000 entries were submitted, but only 13 were chosen. Help the band decide who wins by checking out the 13 and voting for your favorite below the fold.
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Radiohead ‘All I Need’ Video

Radiohead are out with the video for ‘All I Need’, made for MTV’s Exit Campaign to End Exploitation and Trafficking, with cinematography by John Seale and directing by Steve Rogers. “They’ve produced a video of two parallel stories running, one of a little boy in the West and one of a little boy in a sweatshop in the East, and the boy (in the West) ends up buying the shoes from the sweatshop. It’s actually quite powerful,” singer Thom Yorke said. “It’s the sort of images I have in my head anyway. Sometimes when you’re walking down the high street and you’re looking at the incredibly cheap [shoes), you sort of think, ‘Hmmm, well how did they manage to make that so cheaply?’ It sort of reminds me of one of my preoccupations, so I’m touched that the music goes with that. I think it’s great.” Watch it below.

On TV: Radiohead, Say Anything, Vampire Weekend

Rock acts on television this week include:

Grizzly Bear, who perform on ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’ on Monday.

Tokyo Police Club, who perform on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ on Wednesday.

Radiohead, who perform on ‘Late Night’ on Wednesday.

Vampire Weekend, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Wednesday.

The Black Crowes, who perform on ‘The Late Show’ on Friday.

Say Anything, who perform on ‘Late Night’ on Friday.

The Swell Season, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Friday.

Radiohead Tops U.S. Album Charts With ‘In Rainbows’

Despite being able to legally download Radiohead’s new album ‘In Rainbows’ in October, the physical release of the album still managed to score a #1 slot on the Billboard charts, albeit a modest 122,000 copies for the opening week. The disc sold an additional 10,000 copies the week before, when some retailers put it on shelves ahead of its New Year’s Day release date. The band’s last album, ‘Hail to the Thief’, debuted at No. 3 in 2003 with first-week sales of almost 300,000 copies.

Radiohead Kick Off 2008 With Performance From Their Oxford Studio

As 2008 kicked off last night, Radiohead followed up 2007’s music industry history by self-releasing ‘In Rainbows’ by making history again, commemorating the “official” release of the group’s seventh album with a ring-in-the-new-year concert, shot at their private Oxford, England studio. Watch the concert, featuring performances of ‘All I Need’, ‘Nude’, ‘Take A Bow’, ’15 Step’, ‘Videotape’, ‘Reckoner’, ‘House Of Cards’, ‘Bodysnatchers’, ‘Jigsaw Falling’ and ‘Weird Fishes/Arpeggi’ below.

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