Radiohead are an English rock band that have single-handedly obliterated the minds of their listeners with eccentric music and unsurmountable egotism. People who listen to Radiohead, make it known they listen to Radiohead. Lead by Thom Yorke (lead vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards), Radiohead debuted with their popular song "Creep", which they supposedly hate, and released Pablo Honey (1993). In early 2000, they released the critically acclaimed album Kid A, where Radiohead demonstrated how to play music in an unorthodox way, fusing electronica, jazz, and rock. Their psychadelic sounds uplifted a generation of hipsters and peace harbingers for years. Their latest album A Moon Shaped Pool features hit Burn the Witch (2016), which ranks in the Hot 100.