Watch Radiohead’s ‘The Numbers’ short film shot at Port Talbot steel works

Clip is the last in the band's recent series of vignettes based on 'A Moon Shaped Pool' tracks

Radiohead have unveiled a new short film based on their song ‘The Numbers’.

The Oxford band recently opened their new album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ up to collaboration with visual artists, sharing a series of vignettes inspired by the music from their new record.

This new clip is the final vignette from the series and was shot in Port Talbot, South Wales, against the backdrop of the Tata steel works, which faces an uneasy future amid potential sale and closure.

Watch below. The short film was directed by Grant Gee, who made the band’s 1998 documentary Meeting People Is Easy.

Meanwhile, Thom Yorke has admitted he’s surprised by the success of Radiohead’s new album. He told Q: “We expected the opposite reaction. I cherish the band, but I don’t expect anyone else to.”