Thom Yorke: We Live In Strange Times (It's Not My Fault)

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke sits down with Stephen Colbert for a rare wide-ranging discussion of topics from Brexit to the importance of dreaming, and how the themes of sleep and dreams inspired the songs on his new solo album ‘Anima.’ #Colbert #ThomYorke #Radiohead

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  1. Are you kidding me?! Thom! You are a genius, we love you. This is a pure living treasure, I can't believe he went on a late show, he overcame his shyness eventually

  2. My ex-fiance got us tickets to a Radiohead concert for my birthday back in 2014 and I was beyond excited. Unfortunately – and at no fault to the band – from an acoustic/technical standpoint it was one of the worst concerts I've ever attended. The PA system was cranked to 11, and you could barely understand what Thom was singing (like someone trying to sing with a handful of marbles in their mouth). Still enjoyed it, but would really like to see them in a venue worthy of their remarkable talent.

    Great interview, but it weird seeing Thom on a late-night show.

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