Don't Go Now

Album: Weatherhouse (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • Phil Selway wrote this about the loss of his mother, Thea, who died while Radiohead were on tour in 2006. "It's about that point where the person who has gone appears to you," he told NME, "whether it's a trick of the mind, your brain convinces you that they're there."

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