The video to Thom Yorke’s (his solo-cum-collaborators project also goes by the name Atoms for Peace) new single “Ingenue” is cracking with beauty. Choreographed by British dance avantgardist Wayne McGregor, it is a moving meditation on loneliness and our desire to connect. On a sparse theater stage, Yorke surprises us with unusually disciplined movements that – typical for McGregor – combine constraint with free floating improvisations. In this case, Yorke’s monologic stream of consciousness, his whimsical expressions of introspection, are temporarily mirrored, accompanied, inspired, shadowed, eclipsed, caressed, and ultimately abandoned by female dancer Fukiko Takase, who appears on the scene out of nothing and disappears into nothing. In the end, the genius remains alone.