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Radiohead drummer Phil Selway to release solo album

Selway has taken his hand to singing for new effort

Radiohead drummer Phil Selway has announced that he is set to release a solo album.

Selway, who sings on the album, is currently in the process of recording the as-yet untitled record in his band's Oxfordshire studio.

He enlisted the services of Wilco members Glenn Kotche and Pat Sansone to play on the project, and multi-instrumentalist solo artist Lisa Germano and bass player Sebastian Steinberg have also contributed.

The Radiohead man debuted a solo song, 'The Family Madness', live in Auckland in January, playing guitar and singing. The show was for the 7 Worlds Collide project, which the musicians working on his album are also part of.

Selway is yet to reveal the release date - and crucially as a member of Radiohead - the method by which his solo album will come out.

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