Radiohead have shared their previously unreleased song, ‘Follow Me Around’.
The low-key effort – which dates back to their ‘OK Computer’-era in the mid-90s – arrives with a video directed by Us (The Rolling Stones, Harry Styles, Hozier) and featuring Guy Pearce.
A press release explains: “The first (and only) somewhat official recording of the song appears in the 1998 documentary Meeting People is Easy, where the band performed it at a soundcheck in Fukuoka, Japan. Follow Me Around made its first proper live debut at a Toronto concert in October 2000, when Thom performed the song acoustically, after fans campaigned for it to be played live on the Radiohead fan site followmearound.com.”
It’s a cut from their new triple-album due on 5th November, which will feature both ‘Kid A’ and ‘Amnesiac’, plus a third album of unreleased material dubbed ‘Kid Amnesiae’, taken from sessions for the two records.
The full ‘Kid Amnesiae’ bonus LP tracklisting reads:
LIKE SPINNING PLATES (‘WHY US?’ VERSION)
FOG (AGAIN AGAIN VERSION)
IF YOU SAY THE WORD
FOLLOW ME AROUND
PULK/PULL (TRUE LOVE WAITS VERSION)
THE MORNING BELL (IN THE DARK VERSION)
ALT. FAST TRACK
HOW TO DISAPPEAR INTO STRINGS