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An incident involving an “over-enthusiastic translator” has mistakenly led some Radiohead fans to believe the follow-up to the band’s 2011 album The King Of Limbs in now complete. While the group’s new record isn’t quite done and dusted just yet, they say they’re already thinking about touring in 2016. The whole translation incident kicked off
As Fashion Week takes hold of New York City once again this week, it’s not just fashionistas who are quivering in excitement, with Radiohead fans also on tender-hooks in anticipation of Thom Yorke‘s Rag & Bone soundtrack. Titled Villain, you can listen to the track below. An ethereal and ghostly soundscape and lasting 8 minutes,
Radiohead guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Jonny Greenwood and drummer Philip Selway have both revealed new solo material, with Greenwood debuting an intricate guitar-driven piece and Selway adding an electronic edge to his solo work as he readies his second solo album. Selway has unveiled the very artful music video for Coming Up For Air, a cut from his
Last time Radiohead fans received an update on the status of a follow-up to 2011’s The King of Limbs, things were “up in the air,” or so said bass player Colin Greenwood. Colin’s brother Jonny has now given fans a reason to smile, offering them a timeline for when the band are set to regroup.