See Radiohead's Creepy Video to Celebrate OK Computer Reissue

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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