Daydreaming (track) by Radiohead
Daydreaming appears on the following album(s) by Radiohead:
- A Moon Shaped Pool (track #2) (this album) (2016)
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A truly beautiful and mesmerizing track, among Radiohead's best.
One of Radiohead's greatest songs and an instant classic. A really lovely swirl of nostalgic sounds that is at times spaciously simple and quite complex in others.
Might be my new favorite. I go back-and-forth between this and Let Down.
surprised! The beauty in the pianos and vocals is hart braking
The very end sounds like something from Tago Mago.
Beautiful and emotional. Classic Radiohead doing what they do best.
String arrangement is the star.
I'm beginning to wonder if this is my favourite song of the 2010s (thus far).
I did not like Burn the witch that much. Yeah it was great but it got old pretty quick. Daydreaming is one of the best songs of the 2010's. The simple but beautiful piano playing. And man The lyrics and strings are so damn Good.
For a Radiohead piano song, this is perfect. In the past, for example, with Pyramid Song, it maybe lacked the emotional depth Daydreaming has, same for Sail To The Moon - they were both a little too haunting?
On the other hand, you have Videotape and Codex. I love both of these tracks, but what Daydreaming has that these two don't is that little extra complexity that completes the song. There are more of those notes that really kick you in the stomach.
Radiohead never fails to summarize the times we live in just with a little bit of muzak
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