Watch Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood Jam Out in Radiohead's New Video for 'The Numbers'

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Radiohead's video for "The Numbers."

Recently, Radiohead have been rolling out a number of B-sides and videos connected to their most recent LP A Moon Shaped Pool, the latest of which arrived today (Oct. 5) in a new visual for "The Numbers." In the video, Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood are seen in a serene setting, sitting on benches in Tarzana, California. 

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Legendary film director Paul Thomas Anderson -- who also helmed the band's “Daydreaming” and “Present Tense" clips, and for whose There Will Be Blood film Greenwood composed the famous score -- directed Radiohead's new minimalistic video, as well. While "Daydreaming" saw Yorke let out a subtle smile while walking through various hallways and doors, both "Present Tense" and now "The Numbers" are far more similar in terms of visual content, featuring Yorke and Greenwood hashing out the song outdoors. 

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As the final seconds of the video for "The Numbers" approach, the sound cuts and Yorke says to Greenwood, "Probably" -- leaving us forever wondering what that means. Watch the visual below: