1. The Showerhead
Raise the left arm gently to form a shower over your hat. The water flowing imagination … your hat! You’re not dreaming, water flows and indeed, you are fully dressed! Nothing stops you, you’re crazy singing, free.
2. The Egyptian
Often mistaken as a “moonwalk” missed, this is not actually a stealthy homage to one of the main influences of Radiohead, Pablo Honey period, the music of the Bangles . We can probably also see a modest nod to the ongoing revolutions in the Arab world.
3. The Jester
This beautiful and ambiguous position both merges signs of domination and terror. Once in place, rocking from side to side like a drunken boat of women and painting. Mischievous jester and lucid to the big leagues, you signify your resistance, even within an unjust system.
4. The Rag
Your body is like hanging on a clothesline imagination. Reproduce the motion in reverse from left to right, frantically. You then become a red cloth which was stirred to mean imminent danger, including that of being interned.
5. The Empty Pocket
Thom Yorke here illustrates one of the strong words of the song ” I Will sneak Myself Into Your Pocket . ” Hands in his pockets symbolize so much the fact of returning in a pocket that sound cynical distance from the ways of the world, marketing, etc. pockets.
6. The Karate
This gesture symbolizes the typical karate fight cons of Radiohead’s music majors and capitalism. Hands outstretched in a gesture typical of fist-fucking unequivocally refer to notorious abuse suffered by the group in terms of income and media exposure for 15 years.
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