Radiohead and Ben Wheatley Compel a Floating Man Across Stones in New Video for “Full Stop”


After releasing their ninth studio album, A Moon Shaped Pool, in May, Radiohead has been releasing vignettes to accompany each track, and today saw the debut of a visual piece for “Full Stop.”

Previous vignettes have been directed by big-name indie directors, among them Yorgos Lanthimos, Oscar Hudson, and Adam Hudson. Up this week is British “Lion” award winner Ben Wheatley of films like High Rise, A Field In England, Sightseers, Kill List, and the upcoming Free Fire. In the video, well, a guy seems to be floating, and as he’s floating his hands and feet are dragged across a rocky beach. It’s very British, very grim, very posh, very now, you know? Very Brexit.

Watch the new vignette below, as well as the other released vignettes here, here, here, here, here, and here.