The video took 14 days to make

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Radiohead‘s regular visual collaborator Stanley Donwood has posted behind the scenes images from the band’s “Burn The Witch” single on his Instagram account.

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Pitchfork reports that the video’s director, Chris Hopewell, has also posted images from the video on Instagram.

He wrote, “The whole video was conceived, designed, built and animated in 14 days, we finished last Thursday.”

So I guess we just made a Radiohead video! It's for their new track 'Burn the Witch'. Thank you all for your kind words – it does mean a lot to know it's going down well. The whole video was conceived, designed, built and animated in 14 days, we finished last Thursday. I am immensely proud of everyone that worked their asses off on it – for many of them it was their first film. I shall introduce them in later posts… But for now thank you! You where all bloody brilliant!!! Big love to you all! #Radiohead #burnthewitch #musicvidio

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Here's the crazy girl gang that made the Radiohead video happen! These ladies worked day and night to produce the puppets and props in just 6 days! This film would not have happened without their beautiful work. So proud of you guys! Thank you – I owe you many beers! #shortfilm #musicvidio #burnthewitch #Radiohead @radiohead and thank you to all the people below who have left such sweet comments!

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