Listen to Radiohead’s ‘There, There’ from Death and Other Details S1 Ep 7 end credits – it’s creepy and weird

The seventh episode of the Hulu series Death and Other Details is honestly as dull and too-talky as most of the others that aired before it, but it does feature a couple of cool songs on its soundtrack.

One of those was English rock band Radiohead’s ‘There, There‘, which played twice on this week’s Death and Other Details, Season 1, Episode 7, “Chapter Seven: Memorable“.

Once in the background as Imogene remembers her mother taking her to the Opal Diner, and again playing over the episode’s end credits.

When and on what album was Radiohead’s ‘There, There’ released?

Radiohead’s ‘There, There‘ is one of the band’s earlier releases, coming out as it did in May, 2003 on their sixth studio album Hail to the Thief.

The creepy and quite weird-sounding song went on to become a big hit for the British band, charting at #4 on the UK Singles chart, #1 on the UK Rock and Metal chart, and #14 on the U.S. Alternative Airplay chart.

It also hit charts in 16 other countries.

There, There‘ also came with a strange stop-motion animated music video featuring Radiohead lead singer and songwriter Thom Yorke in a desolate forest where he comes across a community of anthropomorphic animals in their homes, at a tea party, attending a wedding, and generally living an almost human existence.

Yorke then finds a pair of gold shoes, which make him move very quickly, but that also cause his feet to get trapped in the undergrowth, at which point he transforms into a tree.

Listen to Radiohead’s ‘There, There‘ as heard on the Death and Other Details end credits on that music video, and via the band’s Hail to the Thief album, which you can listen to on the Spotify player.

Death and Other Details is currently streaming on Hulu.


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