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How Thom Yorke learned to stop worrying and (mostly) love rock stardom.

Thom Yorke in an interview for New York Times Magazine:

I had to let go of the steering wheel. I can’t explain why, but it was a revelation to not take it so seriously. It was either that or stop, because my relationship to work was becoming unhealthy. You get to a point where if you’re choosing to spend your time away from your family, it has to be worth it, and it’s only worth it if you’re really getting something from it. You have to claim it for yourself and understand why you love it.