Radiohead to begin recording next album in September

2014-07-15 by Matt Harrison | 50 Comments
In a BBC 6 Music Mary Anne Hobbes Show interview, Jonny Greenwood, guitarist of Radiohead, stated, "We're going to start up in September, playing, rehearsing and recording and see how it's sounding."

This news follows similar reports by various band members in the past that plans to get back together sometime this summer were still "up in the air." However, these are the first definite plans to regroup since their hiatus started in late 2012.

The brief section with Greenwood can be found somewhere in the massive 180 minute podcast, which can be listened to below, if you really feel the need to.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0499dk6

Tagged: Radiohead

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SnakeDelilah
July 15th 2014
10727 Comments


inb4 everybody

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demigod!
July 15th 2014
46712 Comments


aoty 2015 confirmed then

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YourDarkAffected
July 15th 2014
1701 Comments


Pretty much, but I'm severely biased.

Tunaboy45
July 15th 2014
6509 Comments


Aaah the sweet smell of a radiohead announcement.

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zakalwe
July 15th 2014
10208 Comments


They'll split

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erizen826
July 15th 2014
640 Comments


Fuck yeah

FadedSun
July 15th 2014
1373 Comments


Will come out before new Tool album.

TalonsOfFire
July 15th 2014
12095 Comments


Yes this is such great news, hopefully will be just as good as In Rainbows

Cimnele
July 15th 2014
360 Comments


suspiciously there's no indication in the article that the next Radiohead album isn't a tribute to Korn

Ending
July 15th 2014
1926 Comments


"They'll split"

We don't use those words around here.

zakalwe
July 15th 2014
10208 Comments


A few sessions.
Creativity at a bit of a low ebb
Discussion
Split
Solo output for evermore
I'll put me house on it.


demigod!
July 15th 2014
46712 Comments


radiohead will never split theyre robots designed to create the best music ever without ever splitting

YourDarkAffected
July 15th 2014
1701 Comments


First three happened during In Rainbows sessions, but they kept at it until they got the creativity back. Took two years, but they stayed together. Hopefully they don't call it quits this time just because they're at a creative low.

BMDrummer
July 15th 2014
11338 Comments


Good news, interested to see what will happen after King of Limbs

Feather
July 15th 2014
1501 Comments


king of limbs WAS their creative low. Juices gotta be flowing by now.

RadicalEd
July 15th 2014
3831 Comments


will be out before half life 3

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Satellite
July 15th 2014
20826 Comments


everyone is misinterpreting this imo. sounds to me more like they're gonna meet up in sept just to jam and work on some new stuff, but they've said fuck all about recording a new album just yet.

so this isn't really news. it's radiohead. they might release an album tomorrow or not until 2017.

Slut
July 15th 2014
3475 Comments


radiohead album confirmed for tomorrow then


SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
July 15th 2014
4467 Comments


"king of limbs WAS their creative low. Juices gotta be flowing by now."

TKOL was excellent what are you talking about

SGGreenman
July 15th 2014
985 Comments


Will come out before new Tool album. [2]

IronGiant
July 15th 2014
1169 Comments


TKOL was excellent what are you talking about [2]

awesome news either way. it's cool just to hear these guys are all converging from their recent solo stuff to just jam together and get back in the groove.

Satellite
July 15th 2014
20826 Comments


is there seriously a staffer called sgt pepper now? i don't know why i expect better from you, sputnik.

demigod!
July 15th 2014
46712 Comments


TKOL was one of their best. they're on a hot streak right now and i hope they keep it going with this
one

whenever the hell it comes out

Satellite
July 15th 2014
20826 Comments


the tkol stuff was infinitely better live. seeing them play those songs live made the album seem incomplete in comparison.

YourDarkAffected
July 15th 2014
1701 Comments


Sgt. Pepper has been a staffer for a few years now dude

Satellite
July 15th 2014
20826 Comments


Joined 02-26-12 so "a few years" seems like a stretch now dude

SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
July 15th 2014
4467 Comments


I'm not among the most memorable, but yeah I've been here for two years (a staffer for 1).


While I do like the sound of some of tkol stuff live (the guitars in magpie coming directly to mind- especially the basement recordings) i disagree. I think the album versions sound much better. It might not sound as instantly engaging as the other albums, but there is a hypnotic quality to the dreary like mood of tkol. I like that every radiohead album has a different "mood", and being someone who is proned to depression and insomnia, tkol's is one i always return to. I've really begun to love that moody and 'mechanical' sound they went for. (i don't know how many feel that way though).

IronGiant
July 15th 2014
1169 Comments


yeah i agree In Rainbows/TKOL (live for me personally as thats my favorite way to listen to it, how can you beat TKOL + staricase and the daily mail?!) have been two of my personal favorites from them so I'm interested to see where they go from there. Hopefully they lay down some of the tracks they've been playing live like skirting on the surface, cut a hole, ful stop, identikit, etc

Satellite
July 15th 2014
20826 Comments


i'm not talking about "live versions," i mean LIVE live. i was blown away and haven't listened to the actual album since because i knew that'd be an exercise in disappointment.

SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
July 15th 2014
4467 Comments


@Iron
that would be cool. id like to hear studio versions of those as well.

@Sat
oh, my apologies. I misread. I havent seen Radiohead live unfortunately aside from youtube videos (but obviously not even close to the same thing).

Satellite
July 15th 2014
20826 Comments


yeah they came to michigan for the first time in over 15 years a couple summers ago. easily the best single set i've ever seen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuTFhJrAvqc

(not my vid but thom holds the body of his guitar up to the mic and sings into the sound hole at one point so)

SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
July 15th 2014
4467 Comments


yeah at 3:40. I love Thom's concert antics. I love how he doesn't just perform the music he plays, like he gets truly consumed by
it (does that make sense?). My favourite song from them is "the national anthem" and in a few sets (like the one from I Might Be
Wrong) he does this rhythmic coughing in the intro, a small alteration, but it just makes it so much more awesome.

chaseguitar
July 15th 2014
743 Comments


TKOL was indeed excellent, and even if you didn't like it, the creativity is still apparent. new album, please please please be released in 2015

Cimnele
July 15th 2014
360 Comments


what's the track from TKOL with the extra drums. like it goes BLOMPA DOMP DOMP in a repeated pattern for most of the song

that was brilliant

TalonsOfFire
July 15th 2014
12095 Comments


Live version of TKOL is so better than the original y'all should check

Satellite
July 15th 2014
20826 Comments


@cim

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v0H3vZWI5w

this it? lots of the songs on the album use multiple drums iicrc. they had 2 drummers on the entire tour also.

elbaliem
July 15th 2014
965 Comments


i bet the new album will be released in 2016

VheissuCrisis
Staff Reviewer
July 15th 2014
1172 Comments


Please be as good as In Rainbows.

Satellite
July 15th 2014
20826 Comments


agreed elbaliem. early to mid-2016.

tommygun
July 15th 2014
25627 Comments


fuck yea

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clander270
July 15th 2014
196 Comments


Hoping it'll be a little bit better than KOTL, that album was a little bit lackluster (only when compared to their other releases though)

tommygun
July 15th 2014
25627 Comments


kol is their third best album sup

Froot
July 15th 2014
1675 Comments


lol /mu/core band

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Apollo
July 16th 2014
10379 Comments


Please be as good as In Rainbows {2}

BeeRyan
July 16th 2014
159 Comments


I mean if it's not KoL can it not be great?

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
July 16th 2014
16051 Comments


^ shut it fool

TalonsOfFire
July 16th 2014
12095 Comments


TKOL is great in its own way but I'd prefer something different from what they've done before. Which knowing them will probably be the case

YourDarkAffected
July 16th 2014
1701 Comments


If there is a case to be made for any specific direction they'll go, I think it will be a more electronic/dancier album with the
style of the unreleased songs "Identikit" and "Fullstop" from their 2012 tour. I would really dig that too because those
songs are awesome.

EddieMarais
July 16th 2014
153 Comments


Ehhhhh.

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foreverburning
July 17th 2014
74 Comments


BLOMPA DOMP DOMP [2]



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