After vanishing online and posting a few cryptic teasers this morning, Radiohead have unveiled the first new music and video from their upcoming ninth album.
They used to wish they were special. Now they're the most artistically significant band of the past two decades.
After semi-mysteriously vanishing online over the weekend, Radiohead have offered up a tantalizing teaser for their upcoming ninth album.
As fans eagerly await the imminent release of the band's upcoming ninth album, Radiohead's website and social networks have been gradually fading away.
The release of Radiohead's upcoming ninth album appears imminent after the band sent U.K. fans an eerie message that says they "know where you live."
Will Toledo described his version of the 'Amnesiac' track as “sloppy flamenco with missing string and AIM accompaniment.”
The band's manager revealed the good news during an event in London, adding the 'King of Limbs' follow-up is "like nothing you've ever heard."
Comedian Stefanie Wilder-Taylor disregarded an NDA and revealed Radiohead and Anderson filmed a music video in her L.A. neighborhood.
As Radiohead's catalog moves hands from Parlophone to XL, bonus material from the band's pre-'In Rainbows' reissues has been pulled from streaming services.
Sufjan Stevens, Grimes, Jason Isbell and the Claypool Lennon Delirium are also among the acts playing San Francisco's Golden Gate Park this August.