As three of the group explore their solo pursuits and reveal more of their personalities, take our quiz to find if you are a tempestuous Thom or a flirty Phil
Radiohead: an enigma wrapped inside a conundrum concealed within a mystery, hiding behind a bloke dancing like a deranged cockerel in heat. Who are Radiohead, and why? For decades the personalities at play within the band have remained unfathomable. But with recent years featuring a run of solo projects from Jonny Greenwood (2019s Volume 1: Partita No 2 in D minor and Volume 2: Industry, Water); Ed OBrien (2019s single Santa Teresa); Phil Selway (2014s Weatherhouse); and Colin Greenwood (nothing, actually), were beginning to colour in those formless blanks loitering behind Thom Yorke. Finally, we can answer the question thats been devouring every Guardian readers soul since 1997. Which Radiohead solo member are you?
1. As a member of Radiohead, you are famously partial to scratchcards. Finally, one comes in! How do you spend the windfall?
a) Whack it all behind the bar at a celebratory recital of your latest masterwork Three Matching Moneybags for piano and orchestra.
b) More flotation tanks.
c) One-on-one career-development training from Phil Collins.
d) Have yourself uploaded to the mainframe of the next probe heading for the Saturnian moon of Titan. Theyll finally get you there.
e) Um, invest it wisely in renewable energy? To be honest, no one knows the first thing about you.
2. Your weekly clowning class is cancelled due to all the sides you split last week, leaving you in an event-filled community centre with a couple of hours to kill. Which class do you take?
a) An amateur recorder group hope were learning a Telemann sonata!
b) Drone yoga.
c) Assertion therapy.
d) Voodoo Trevors Shake Out Your Demons primal energy dance lessons.
e) Probably something charitable, you look the type.
3. The darts has finished early. What do you watch next?
a) Darren Aronofskys Black Swan.
b) A 10-hour YouTube compilation of the most surreal bits from In the Night Garden, then just close your eyes and have a Netflix-and-chill of the mind.
c) Inside Llewyn Davis. Chokes you up every time.
d) Inception, watched on a laptop that contracted the Storm Worm virus in 2006.
e) QI repeats on Dave like the rest of us, at a guess.