Although it was released on the 1993 debut 'Pablo Honey', 'Creep' has undoubtedly been one of Radiohead's most enduring songs.

The track has been covered countless times over the years by a multitude of bands, most recently by Foo Fighters and comedian Dave Chappelle, who performed it at their Madison Square Garden gig last month. Even Kevin Bacon sang it to his pet goats at one point. Hey, lockdown has taken its toll on all of us.

Now, Thom Yorke has made a new version of the song available, and the remix is a woozy 9-minute-long affair that is very weird indeed.

Yorke originally remixed the song for a Japanese fashion show earlier this year, and until now it was only available to hear in the background of footage from that show.

Now, he has released the eerie track with an animated video by designer Jun Takahashi, which you can see below.

Although Radiohead have not released an album since 2016's 'A Moon Shaped Pool', Yorke and guitarist Jonny Greenwood debuted their new band The Smile at Glastonbury's 'Live at Worthy Farm' livestream in recent months.

Watch the video for 'Creep (Very 2020 Rmx)' below: