Radiohead's "Man of War" Features a Man Being Stalked

One of three unreleased tracks from the group.

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Radiohead have released visuals for its previously unreleased track “Man of War.” The unveiling of this track comes after several attempts to lay down a studio recording, with each session ending in unsatisfactory results. The song will be bundled as a part of OKNOTOK 1997-2017, a reissue of OK Computer for its 20th anniversary, along with two other formerly unreleased tunes and eight tracks off the B-sides. The mysterious video is directed by Colin Read and features a paranoid man being stalked. OKNOTOK is due out Friday, June 23.

Watch the visuals above.

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