Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood Talks Future Plans, New Album “Up In The Air”

Radiohead are known for taking their time between new releases, but that doesn’t mean fans aren’t always clamoring for more music from the iconic English group. Unfortunately, it will likely be some time before we get a follow-up to 2011’s The King Of Limbs, according to bassist Colin Greenwood.

In a recent interview with Drowned In Sound, Greenwood had this to say about the band’s future plans:

It’s all up in the air at the minute. [Vocalist Thom Yorke]’s just come back from touring Atoms For Peace and he’s having some quiet time. I’m sorry to be vague but we’re all just taking it easy at the moment. Just enjoying being at home and hanging out really. But at the same time, the vibe is very much Oxford and all good! It’s like that.

We can’t blame Yorke and band for wanting to rest after the last couple years, which have been host to heavy touring and new music from the aforementioned Atoms For Peace. Whenever Radiohead do reconvene for a new record, we can rest assured that the wait will be worth it.

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3 Responses to “Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood Talks Future Plans, New Album “Up In The Air””

  1. Diamond Fingers says:

    What ever happened to proper journalism these days it’s as if everyone is speed typing in a Starbucks on their cell phone while posting these arcticals and forgetting to proof read. Tony you went to university I’m assuming to get the job to write this and any subject of Radiohead should be taken very seriously. You wrote ” a follow up to their 2011 In Rainbows” . In Rainbows was I thought 2007, and The King Of Limbs was the album released in 2011. Everything else was spot on, great job jolly good but please proof read or research your facts before publishing.

  2. Diamond Fingers says:

    Correction ..”Troy”

  3. Brian Lion says:

    Mistake has been corrected and thanks for pointing that out. Everything we do here is very fast-paced. No Starbucks but hectic nonetheless. Mistakes are made from time to time but I think that could be said for any publication really.