Radiohead announce ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ competition winners

The band are giving away limited editions prints and figurines

Radiohead have announced the winners of their ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ competition.

Earlier this year, the band held a series of events in record stores around the world to announce the vinyl release of their new album. All those who attended were able to submit their names for a prize competition.

The six winners will receive a 35mm print of Paul Thomas Anderson’s video for ‘Daydreaming’, a limited edition screen print of Stanley Donwood’s ‘Wraith’ (the album’s cover art), and a set of one of a kind figurines that appeared in the music video for ‘Burn the Witch’.


In addition, one of the participating record stores will receive a special Radiohead disc inscribed its name.

The band revealed the winners in a video posted on Twitter. The clip features one of the figurines from ‘Burn the Witch’ pulling out names from a bush.

Meanwhile, two of Radiohead’s 00s albums are set to be reissued for the first time.


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