The band unveiled artwork and name of their upcoming new album due out on September 17/18 through Warp Records.
Speaking to BBC 6 Music, he didn’t want to reveal much of Radiohead’s plans, but did say that the band used his record studio lately when they were touring in US.
The band is set to release their new studio album, The 2nd Law, on September 17, but Survival most probably won’t be a part of it.
Consisting of 11 tracks, band’s new album will open with No Hope, that premiered in May on BBC Radio 1 and is scheduled to be released as a single on July 8.
Frontman Gary Lightbody admitted that he’s always striving to make the best album and won’t settle for anything less.
New album Four will consist of 12 tracks, including Octopus, to be released on July 3 as a single accompanied by a music video, some sources report.
New album, thefearofmissingout, is due out on July 31 and is already available for pre-order from band’s website.
How Long is the first single off band’s upcoming new album Cheeky For A Reason, due out on July 9 through Cooking Vinyl.
Having already added a few new non-album tracks, Identikit and Cut A Hole, to their live set, Radiohead recently played another fresh material of theirs during a recent show in Cincinnati.
With a handful of shows each month, Four Tet is set to play at a number of summer festivals this year, including Bilbao BBK Live and Bestival.
As explained by Smith herself, she got the idea of the song when her friend Johnny Depp was filming The Rum Diary, and he recorded her singing a cappella.
British edition of All Tomorrow’s Parties festival is moving out from Butlin’s holiday camp in Minehead, Somerset, to its original location at Camber Sands.