Fake Plastic Trees


Fake Plastic Trees is a song by the British band Radiohead. It was released in 1995 and is written in the key of A major. The song was included in the band's second studio album, "The Bends." It was written primarily by Radiohead's lead vocalist, Thom Yorke, and produced by John Leckie. "Fake Plastic Trees" explores themes of consumerism and the pursuit of artificial happiness. As for trivia, the song's lyrics contain a reference to the Japanese city, Nagasaki. The melody of "Fake Plastic Trees" is characterized by haunting and melancholic guitar chords which complement Yorke's introspective vocals elegantly.