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Radiohead Share Video & Possible Teaser for OK Computer Anniversary Plans

By: Maura O'Malley

May 1, 2017

With the 20th anniversary of Radiohead’s OK Computer quickly approaching on May 21, it’s starting to look more and more likely that they may have something special in the works—especially after today’s tweet from the band.

In the video they shared, a little girl reads “Climbing Up the Walls” lyrics aloud, and since the song is featured on OK Computer, well, you get the connection between the below video and rumors of potential anniversary plans for the album.

Fans first began to talk about an OK Computer anniversary when the below poster started appearing in several cities around the world.

If you see any of these posters in Australia, please let me know! 2 were found in Melbourne today (I found this one this afternoon). Radiohead's OK Computer turns 20 in less than a month. These posters have been popping up worldwide. Sounds like a more cynical Fitter, Happier thanks to today's political climate. If you wanna get weird, Radiohead used this font in 1997 and use it again now -- Radiohead are rumoured to perform OK Computer in its entirety at Glastonbury festival, but so far these posters have appeared in London, Berlin, NYC, Amsterdam and Melbourne. *something* is coming. Hoping with everything in me that Radiohead come to Australia -- #morefear #radiohead

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Aside from the more obvious point that the album was released in 1997—a date that’s also on the poster—fans are also drawing deeper connections between everything from the font used to the content in OK Computer’s “Fitter Happier.”

If there are anniversary plans in the works, we’re all for it.