See Radiohead's Creepy Video to Celebrate OK Computer Reissue

See Radiohead's Creepy Video to Celebrate OK Computer Reissue

The band is releasing a special edition of OK Computer to celebrate it's 20th anniversary.

The band is releasing a special edition of OK Computer to celebrate it's 20th anniversary.

Text: Christina Cacouris

It's been 20 years since Radiohead released their now-iconic third studio album, OK Computer, complete with fan-favorite political chant and lullaby, "No Surprises."

To commemorate the occasion, the band is releasing a reissue called OKNOTOK, announcing the launch with a short video. An at-once playful and creepy take on the popular "unboxing" video phenomenon sweeping across YouTube, a glitchy cone-headed man (dubbed "Chieftan Mews") announces he will perform an unboxing: "I'm rigid with excitement," he says, before "Climbing Up The Wall" begins playing as he tears apart a box to reveal the new album reissue.

OKNOTOK is available online and at independent music stores from July 21.

Credits: IMAGE COURTESY OF @RADIOHEAD

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