Radiohead Heading Back in the Studio to Record Next Album in September
Radiohead will be heading back into the recording studio in September to record their next record. Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood revealed in an interview with Mail and Guardian today that the band was taking a nine-month break, then will head into the studio to record a follow up to 2011’s The King Of Limbs.
Colin is currently in South Africa as the Global Ambassador of Children’s Radio Network (a charity using radio as a tool to empower young people across Africa) has been updating his blog from his trip with interviews and photos.
Radiohead debuted several new songs during their 2012 tour: Identikit, Cut A Hole, Ful Stop, and Skirting On The Surface.
Thom Yorke will be releasing his debut album AMOK with his other band Atoms For Peace later this month, and is expected to tour at some point this year. AMOK will be released on February 25th and can be pre-ordered through XLRecordings, Amazon, and iTunes.
Video: Radiohead performing ‘Identikit’ in Tampa.
Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich Create Soundtrack for Rag and Bone
Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich created a soundtrack for the Rag and Bone fashion line. The music was created for their Fall/Winter 2013 menswear collection The Fader is reporting. Stream it on the Rag and Bone Facebook page or listen to it below.