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Radiohead - 'Cut A Hole'

An atmospheric, shifting gloomathon

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The opening night of Radiohead’s world tour saw them debut two new songs, of which ‘Cut A Hole’ is the most promising. An atmospheric, shifting gloomathon in the ‘Pyramid Song’ mould, it’s notable for featuring a proper, head-flung-back vocal from Thom, climaxing with some of his highest notes since ‘OK Computer’.
Luke Lewis



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