Radiohead Track In Homeless Advert

Band allow charity to use 'MK1' free of charge

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Radiohead have given clearance for their track “MK 1” to be used in a advert for US charity The National Coalition for the Homeless free of charge.

Despite the band’s well-known adversity to the licensing of their songs for adverts, they allowed the charity to use the track in its new advertising campaign as they felt it was for a noble cause.

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