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Thom Yorke is the latest music icon to get the hologram treatment

Need a song to slowly ease you into the weekend? This is it. This is exactly it.

Listen to that. All wavy, all trippy, all beautifully accompanied by the massaging tones of Radiohead's Thom Yorke. If the feeling of that first post-Friday pint had a sound, this would be it. 

The song, by UK producer Mark Pritchard called Beautiful People, may have roped Yorke in for excellent vocal duties, but it couldn't quite stretch to getting him into the video too. At least, not quite.

Step up to the mic please, 21st century visual technology.

There he is/isn't, joining the likes of Michael Jackson, Tupac, Ol' Dirty Bastard and Elvis and romping around a musical performance without really being there. Without having to put any trousers on or even leave they house. 

Give the tune a spin now and start your weekend immediately. 

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