3 December 2023
It’s already 7 years since RADIOHEAD put out an album with A Moon Shaped Pool.
And as Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood have lots of fun lately with The Smile (their second album, titled Wall Of Eyes comes out in January, followed by a long tour) I guess new Radiohead music is not planned whatsoever.
So back to old stuff. Like with this awesome performance of PLASTIC FAKE TREES, one
of their best compositions ever (featured on their 1995 breakthrough classic The Bends) at Glastonbury in 2003, 20 years ago.
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Amazing live moments…
Watch MANIC STREET PREACHERS play ‘THIS IS YESTERDAY‘ at Glastonbury Festival
in 2003. It’s still one of my all-time favourite Manics beauties. It has that characteristic, warm melancholic and wistfully romantic feel we all know from the Welsh legends’ other touching ballads. The song, with lyrics written by the late Richey Edwards, appeared on their gloomy milestone album ‘‘The Holy Bible’, their last LP before Richey went missing on 1 February 1995.
And I stare at the sky
And it leaves me blind
I close my eyes
And this is yesterday
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