Thom Yorke Quotes and its meanings

Thom Yorke has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Art Computers Dad Freedom Funny Future History Home Hope Music Truth War

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What does Thom Yorke write about?

Thom Yorke has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about age, art, computers, dad, freedom, funny, future, history, home, hope, music, truth & war. People always share Age quotes, Art quotes, computers, dad, freedom, funny, future, history, home & hope from his literary works.

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Here are the top most famous quotes by Thom Yorke.

  • Well, my son really loves wildlife. And everytime he draws a polar bear I want to tell him there probably won't any by the time... he's my age. That's kinda hard to deal with.
  • One of the interesting things here is that the people who should be shaping the future are politicians. But the political framework itself is so dead and closed that people look to other sources, like artists, because art and music allow people a certain freedom.
  • I think no artist can claim to have any access to the truth, or an authentic version of an event. But obviously they have slightly better means at their disposal because they have their art to energize whatever it is they're trying to write about. They have music.
  • I'm not afraid of computers taking over the world.
  • My dad spent his whole life getting into fights for telling what he believed to be the truth. Basically it comes from my dad-and he's screaming right-wing, so there you are.
  • Music is more difficult - try naming a political band. The Dead Kennedys. The Dead Kennedys are political, but they are more funny than they are political.
  • The people in charge, globally, are maniacs. They are maniacs, and unless we do something about it these people are going to deprive us of a future.
  • If we got into a situation where people start burning our records, then bring it on. That's the whole point. The gloaming has begun. We're in the darkness. This has happened before. Go read some history.
  • At home I've got a very puerile, juvenile sense of humour.
  • Well, I've been reading a lot about the fifty years since the Second World War, about Western foreign policy and all that. I try not to let it get to me, but sometimes I just think that there's no hope.