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    Radiohead and Massive Attack Occupy London

    5min People

    by 5min People

    The music may not be typical Radiohead but the band's political activism remains as strong as ever. In the depths of a disused warehouse, formerly owned by UBS bank, frontman Thom Yorke and Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja threw their support behind Occupy London. Yorke and Del Naja took to the decks to treat the 200-strong crowd. It was the musicians' way of thanking the financial campaigners for taking on the banking system.