To celebrate the release of their new album Kid A Mnesia containing many unreleased tracks including unused recording sessions and unknown B-sides, Radiohead unveils the video for Follow Me Around. Directed by the Us duo, Christopher Barrett and Luke Taylor, the video features Guy Peace, known for his roles in Priscilla, Madwoman of the Desert, Memento, or Iron Man 3, being chased by a camera drone.
The first images show the said camera in a very small alley near the Charrington’s pub, located near Cheverell House. The little flying machine darts out, past the gate and into a window where someone was ironing. Then he walks away, enters an open window on the top floor and finds Guy Pearce in his bathroom.
The actor expressed his views on his role in the video in a humorous tweet in which he expressed his surprise at having, within a few weeks of each other, found a perfectly functional toaster on the street and starred in a video for the famous British band. Make a toast.
Follow Me Around is the 26th track on the triple album Kid A Mnesia, but probably the first in the hearts of the fans.
Located in the London borough of Hackney, Cheverell House is a typical red brick residential building.
A 2-bedroom apartment sells for an average of 370,000 pounds.
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