Over the weekend, Sam Smith's Spectre theme song, "Writing's on the Wall," won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song. Smith was apparently feeling himself after the win, because in an interview with Variety following the awards, he threw a little bit of shade in the direction of Thom Yorke and Radiohead.
Smith was asked about Radiohead's scrapped Spectre theme that the band released on Christmas. At first, he acted is if he didn't even know who Yorke was as he turned to song collaborator Jimmy Napes for assistance when asked about the legendary artist. Then, he shot off this response: "I actually haven't listened to it personally, because I did the Spectre theme song." Well then.