Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood: 'We're recording at the moment'

Guitarist says the band are 'wondering where to go next'

Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood has given an update on the band's plans following the shock release of their new album 'The King Of Limbs' last month (February 18).

The guitarist said Radiohead are currently recording and rehearsing, while planning what their next move will be following the album's release.

Speaking to BBC 6Music, Greenwood said: "We're recording at the moment, Radiohead. We're rehearsing a bit and just playing and making music and trying to work out what to do really."

Greenwood added: "We've stopped planning ahead very far and we're just making music and wondering where to go next and what to do."

He also spoke about his forthcoming soundtrack for the Japanese film Norwegian Wood, which is released on Monday (March 7).

Greenwood described the picture as an "amazing film with serious subject matter", and said the soundtrack for the Tran Anh Hung-directed it gave him "a good chance to play with new instruments".

Norwegian Wood is released in cinemas next Friday (March 11).

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