I'm not a huge fan of Peaky Blinders. The first season of the English gangster series started strong but fell off near the end, so I didn't bother continuing to watch. Fast forward six or so years, and now the show is all over my TikTok algorithm with its footage being repurposed for unintentionally hilarious sigma grindset memes and videos that moan about when "men looked like men." That's why it's a little bit weird for me to see the footage from the show in "Pana-vision," the new music video from The Smile. The song appears in the finale of the show's sixth season, and the video is just a clip of the scene it shows up in. So, spoiler warning.
"Pana-vision" is taken from the Thom Yorke/Johnny Greenwood/Tom Skinner project's debut A Light for Attracting Attention, which dropped in May. It was preceded by the singles "You'll Never Work In Television Again," "The Smoke," "Skrting on the Surface," "Pana-vision," "Free In The Knowledge," and "Thin Thing." The group will head out on a tour of North America this winter.