Radiohead Set To Unleash New Video, Album

May 30 [12:00 EDT] -- One of the more adventurous bands in music video is at it again.

The English band Radiohead has gotten noticed for its videos with memorable clips like "Fake Plastic Trees" and "High and Dry," and now the group has a new video set for mass consumption.

The band's clip for "Paranoid Android" [800k QuickTime] makes its premiere this Sunday on "120 Minutes," and MTV is about the only place that you're likely to hear the new song until Radiohead's new album, "O.K. Computer," arrives on July 1.

The song is a hefty six and a half minutes long, and may be too long for commercial radio.

The video features animation by the Swedish artist Magnus Carlson, whose cartoon character "Robin" is popular in the U.K. The clip appears to be about sin and redemption and features Robin, his sidekick Benji, and a bald diplomat having a bad day.

If you'd rather see the band in the flesh, Radiohead itself will

be playing the first day of the Tibetan Freedom Concert in New York City on June 7 and 8 (which has just added Chuck D. as a speaker). Tickets are still available for both shows, and MTV News will be there broadcasting "The Week In Rock" live from the concert each day at 6:30 p.m. Eastern time. In addition, MTV News will offer live reports from Saturday's show from 4 to 6 p.m., and from Sunday's show from 3 to 5 p.m.