Classic Clips – RADIOHEAD With ‘FAKE PLASTIC TREES’ Live On MTV 1995

11 November 2023


Her green plastic watering can
For her fake Chinese rubber plant
In the fake plastic earth

That she bought from a rubber man
In a town full of rubber plans
To get rid of itself

It wears her out
It wears her out

She lives with a broken man
A cracked polystyrene man
Who just crumbles and burns

He used to do surgery
For girls in the eighties
But gravity always wins

And it wears him out
It wears him out

She looks like the real thing
She tastes like the real thing
My fake plastic love

But I can’t help the feeling
I could blow through the ceiling
If I just turn and run

And it wears me out
It wears me out

And if I could be who you wanted
If I could be who you wanted
All the time
All the time

Supergroup THE SMILE (Feat. THOM YORKE) Shared Their 4th New Track ‘PANA-VISION’

New striking strokes

Supergroup THE SMILE featuring radioheads Thom Yorke & Jonny Greenwood
and Sons of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner shared another new – the 4th – track,
but still no sign of an album.

PANA-VISION sounds like, uh, a Radiohead reverie. A shadowy piano-tuned
ballad with Yorke resonating at times like Bono (no joke).

Check it out…

All 4 tracks together on Spotify…

THE SMILE: Facebook

RADIOHEAD Maestro THOM YORK Shares Ghostly Solo Single ‘5.17’

New striking strokes

14 March 2022

THOM YORKE is pretty busy lately. He writes music for TV Shows, he recentlly
started, along with other Radiohead man Jonny Greenwood a new band called
The Smile.

And here comes a brand new solo composition, titled 5.17. A tranquil ballad with ghostly Yorke vocals. The song is one of two new ones. The second That’s How Horses Are arrives in a few weeks.


Also on Spotify…

THOM YORKE: Facebook

Rock For The Rich With THE SMILE (feat. Thom Yorke)

Who’s on the road

2 February 2022

Supergroup THE SMILE feat. Radiohead boys Thom Yorke & Jonny Greenwood
and Sons of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner hit the road this Spring/Summer for
an extensive European tour.

For their small venue gigs they charge 70 euros / 80 US Dolars / 60 Pounds.

This is rock ‘n’ roll played by billionaires for the rich only. For youngsters
or the ones with a low-payed job, this is a fortune to go and see these greedy
guys so they can stay in 5-star hotels, drinking champagne and eating caviar
for breakfast before taking a giant limo to the gig. Scandalous!

Hail to the Thieves!

If you want to see THE SMILE play their new single
THE SMOKE live on stage you can always rob a bank…

THE SMILE: Moneybook

(Ps: Nick Cave and Waren Ellis charged as much per concert on their recent tour. Capitalists!)