Unless you've been living under a very large rock, (also known as life outside the internet,) you'll know Radiohead released their new song 'Burn the Witch,' along with an accompanying video. Within it, cute little stop-motion animated characters are horrible to each other, basically in the name of the law. According to the video animator Virpi Kettu, the clip's message was made to bring awareness to the Euopean refugee crisis and to refrain from the "blaming of different people... the blaming of Muslims and the negativity," he told Billboard. He also "alluded to the mysterious postcard some Radiohead fans received recently that read 'we know where you live,' a suggestion, she thought, of the current insecurity and blame game spawned by anti-immigration politicians."