Get intimate with Thom, Johnny and a synthesizer
The band debuted the video at the Mercury Prize ceremony
Director Paul Thomas Anderson sends music video to select theatres
Day-Lewis won an Oscar for his performance in Anderson's 2007 film 'There Will Be Blood'
Band recorded music at White's Nashville studio in 2012
Short run of live dates will include two UK stops in support of 'Junun' album
Director has previously collaborated with guitarist Jonny Greenwood
The band air 'The Bends' and 'Fake Plastic Trees'
‘Coloured Candy’ includes lines from ‘The King Of Limbs’ newspaper
The band are giving away limited editions prints and figurines
Guitarist opens up about Brazilian-inspired solo debut
Performances also come from Bat For Lashes, Kano and Michael C Hall's David Bowie tribute
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The R&B musician's Boys Don't Cry magazine features a list of films
Band will release new music this weekend
The sessions were filmed by Paul Thomas Anderson for new documentary 'Junun'
Calvin Harris and Rihanna are also on course for the top spot in the UK singles chart
The band's long-awaited new album has arrived ahead of its scheduled 7pm release
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Brian Message says the album 'will be like nothing like you've ever heard'
Footage has emerged from the event back in February
NME readers give their verdict on the band's long-awaited ninth LP
Thom Yorke previously called Spotify 'the last desperate fart of a dying corpse'
The Harry Nilsson song featured on the soundtrack of the 2002 film
Junun will premiere at the New York Film Festival
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