How many times have we seen that picture in the last two weeks? More than plenty. Here, though, is some Radiohead news that thankfully doesn't involve Rainbows or boxsets.
Ok Computer, the band's revered 1997 longplayer, has inspired a radio play which is to air on BBC Radio 4 this Friday (19 Oct).
The play takes its name from the record and its storyline from interpretations of its 12 tracks; a story told of a man who wakes up in a hospital bed in Berlin with memory loss.
Details of his past emerge and he is taken back to Britain - but the man's plagued by doubts that the life he's been dropped back into is and was not his.
The play's by Joel Horwood, Chris Perkins, Al Smith and Chris Thorpe and will be broadcast at 9pm on Radio 4. If you're reading this news story after the 19th, click here to listen again on the BBC's website.