Radiohead to Start Work on New Album in September
Guitarist extraordinaire Jonny Greenwood confirmed the news during an interview on BBC 6 Music radio: He and his fellow Englishmen, collectively known as Radiohead, will begin working on new material this September. This comes after Greenwood mentioned the same thing almost a year and a half ago.
The guitarist didn't say much else about Radiohead, though he was upbeat about the upcoming songwriting and practice sessions.
"I'm sorry to be vague, but we're all just taking it easy at the moment," Greenwood told BBC 6 (via NME). "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."
The band members have spent the time since 2011's 'King of Limbs' album and tour working on solo projects. Radiohead singer Thom Yorke most recently finished touring with Atoms for Peace, while Greenwood took some time during the break to record the soundtrack for the Paul Thomas Anderson film, 'The Master,' among other things.
Until we get some new tracks, we'll keep listening to the old stuff, like 'A Wolf at the Door.'