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Radiohead 'Daydreaming' music video is playing in theaters

Paul Thomas Anderson directed the clip

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The just-released Captain America: Civil War is the movie making all the headlines this weekend, but there’s another one — a much, much shorter one — that’s also screening in select theaters: Radiohead’s new Paul Thomas Anderson-directed music video for “Daydreaming.”

On Saturday night, Chicago’s Music Box Theatre posted a photo of the video’s 35mm reel, which features a note from the director and band: “We’ve made a film, here it is,” it says. “We’d be happy if you played it!”

And so they did. “Tonight at Midnight, before we go to a post-apocalyptic wasteland,” the theater tweeted, referring to their later screening of Mad Max: Fury Road, “we’ll be doing a little daydreaming.” Austin’s Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and New York’s Metrograph also tweeted about screening the video.

Although Anderson’s most known for directing films like There Will Be Blood and Inherent Vice, he’s previously directed music videos for artists including Fiona Apple and Joanna Newsom. “Daydreaming” marks his first Radiohead clip.

Watch the video below, and hear Radiohead’s new album — their first since 2011’s The King of Limbs — when it drops Sunday at 2 p.m. ET.