Clocking in at a lengthy nine minutes — five minutes longer than the Radiohead original — “Creep (Very 2021 Rmx)” hears Yorke’s vocals delayed over a sonic base of acoustic guitars and wide synths, creating an eerie and sinister atmosphere for the Pablo Honey classic. Its accompanying visual also features moving artwork from Jun Takahashi himself.
The remix was first debuted earlier this March. “It is the hope we have for what lies ahead of our daily worries and anxieties,” Takahashi said in a statement about the UNDERCOVER collection. “It is a worldview created for those individuals in the today’s society that live each and every day with constant conflicting emotions. It’s a different perspective from that of clothing design, but it would be an honor to have you feel and understand this.”
Stream Thom Yorke and Radiohead’s “Creep (Very 2021 Rmx)” above.
Elsewhere in music, take a look at the album art for Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album, FAITH.