What Radiohead achieved with 'Kid A' and 'Amnesiac' will probably never be replicated.
One of the biggest guitar groups on the planet, lauded around the globe, the Oxford group threw their instruments away to carve out a daring new path.
At the time it divided opinion like nothing else around, but as time goes on its clear that not only did Radiohead make the correct aesthetic decision but the resulting material ranks as some of their finest.
Belgian avant classical ensemble Echo Collective are huge fans of this period of the band's work, and recently decided to record a full interpretation of 2001 full length 'Amnesiac'.
'Echo Collective Plays Amnesiac' is out on March 30th, with Clash able to premiere their daring re-working of fan favourite 'I Might Be Wrong'.
Still a staple of Radiohead's live sets, it is re-cast as a piece of minimalist post-classical composition in this radical new rendering.
The visuals, too, play their part; a striking animated clip, it covers life, love, death, and virtually everything inbetween.
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Photo Credit: Julien Bourgeois
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