As a follow up to “The King Of Limbs” and after members of the band worked on their solo projects, Radiohead recently revealed that a new album is on the works and that fans should expect the release of the disc soon.
In a previous NME report, band drummer Philip Selway revealed that they have their eyes focused on the upcoming album, shifting away from their solo endeavors.
“It’s all coming along nicely,” Selway said.
“We worked throughout the autumn up to just before Christmas, and now we’re just taking some time away for other projects.” Meanwhile, in a Christian Post report, guitarist Jonny Greenwood revealed that the band is set to record in different methods by bringing in the old and new technology in the recording studio.
He claimed that experimenting with how they would record has been an interest for the group and applying it on their ninth studio record wouldn’t hurt them.
“We’ve certainly changed our method again,” the guitarist said.
“It’s too involved.
We’re kind of limiting ourselves; working on limits.
So we’ll see what happens.
It’s like we’re trying to use very old and very new technology to see what happens.” With regard to the release date of the new Radiohead album, Greenwood is playing it safe after saying that they wouldn’t want to hint or give expectations for their fans.
“I wouldn’t want to start to predict that kind of thing in a Radiohead schedule because you can find yourself six months down the line saying ‘I wish I hadn’t have said that actually,'” he said.