Arlo Parks has revealed a mesmerising cover of Radiohead’s ‘Creep’

The version features as a part of director Tom Dream’s ‘Shy Radicals’ short film

Arlo Parks has unveiled a captivating cover of Radiohead’s ‘Creep’

Sending chills down our spine from the very first play, it’s a powerful version of the Radiohead classic – recorded as a part of upcoming short film ‘Shy Radicals’, directed by Tom Dream and focused around Hamja Ashan and the story behind his book/satirical manifesto, which calls for all shy, quiet, and introverted people to unify and overthrow extrovert-supremacy.

Speaking about the track, Arlo Parks explained: “Creep is a simultaneously delicate and brutal exploration of inner turmoil and human relationships. This song has acted as a refuge for me, during times of self-reflection and low mood, for many years and Radiohead as a band has deeply influenced my music.”

‘Creep’ comes after a busy few months for Arlo Parks – which include recently revealing standout new numbers ‘Black Dog’ and ‘Eugene’. Check out our recent Hype chat, taken from our April issue, to get the full lowdown on Arlo Parks now!

Check out Arlo’s version of ‘Creep’ below:

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