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Posted at 8:23 AM ET, 02/18/2011

♪♫ 'Lotus Flower' lets Thom Yorke gets his dance on (Video)

By Melissa Bell

In direct contradiction to the extravaganza of a Britney Spears debut, Radiohead has released a video for its latest album, and it's as stark and beautiful as the music. Notoriously shy lead singer Thom Yorke spends the whole video dancing, swaying and singing to the camera in black and white. It's the first single off the band's new album "The King of Limbs." The album is being offered in two formats. The "newspaper album," complete with two vinyl records, a book of 625 pieces of artwork and a digital download, ships May 9. Or for the quick and immediate customers, the tracks can be downloaded today.

For the record, I also love Thom Yorke. There is space to love them both.

By Melissa Bell  | February 18, 2011; 8:23 AM ET
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