Thom Yorke has said that he would "sue the living shit" out of David Cameron if he used any Radiohead songs for the Conservative election campaign. "I can't say I love the idea of a banker liking our music, or David Cameron," he added in an interview with Drowned in Sound.
"But I also equally think, who cares? As long as he doesn't use it for his election campaigns, I don't care. I'd sue the living shit out of him if he did. I can't believe he'd like [Radiohead album] King of Limbs much," he added. The 44-year-old frontman did however say that he disagreed with musicians like Keane, Morrissey and Paul Weller for openly castigating politicians for enjoying their music.
Amok by Atoms for Peace, released on 25 February, is the first album Yorke has made with a full band other than Radiohead. The musician, however, sounds mildly dissatisfied with Atom, calling it "not dancey enough" adding: "It's not like The Eraser [his 2006 solo album]. But it's not a band album either. It doesn't sound like a band playing ... We wanted to go into the song realm, because it felt good to do that. If it were up to me, every track would be 10 minutes long."