Radiohead Are Recording a New Album in September


At the beginning of this year, Radiohead fans were ecstatic to hear Colin Greenwood say the band’s plans to record new material were up in the air. As indefinite as that was, it still meant there was the possibility of new music. Today, Jonny Greenwood tells us that we may not have to wait that much longer for a follow-up to 2011’s The King of Limbs.

In an interview with Mary Anne Hobbs on BBC Radio 6, Jonny Greenwood addresses the state of the band’s future and confirmed that new music was on the way, as NME points out. “We’re going to start up in September, playing, rehearsing and recording and see how it’s sounding,” he said.

The past year saw Radiohead members testing out new waters. Thom Yorke was busy with his Atoms for Peace side project, Jonny Greenwood was working on film scores, Philip Selway was writing a new solo album, Colin Greenwood was getting his fingers dirty in charity word, and Ed O’Brien was laying in the shadows, as usual. The fact that they’ll be reunited in just two months to record new music is, to say the least, pretty damn exciting.

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