Radiohead drummer Philip Selway has announced that he will release a new album, ‘Weatherhouse’, this autumn.
The follow-up to his 2010 debut ‘Familial’, ‘Weatherhouse’ will be released on October 6.
The album is a collaboration with Adem Ilhan and Quinta – artists who have previously performed in Selway’s backing band. It was mostly recorded in Radiohead’s studio in Oxfordshire.
“From the outset we wanted the album to be the three of us, and we covered a lot of instruments between us. With a studio full of inspiring gear and a great-sounding desk, we felt like a band. Different musicians stretch you, and I felt stretched on Weatherhouse, but very enjoyably so,” said Selway in a statement.
The first track to be taken from the album, ‘Coming Up For Air’, can be heard below. Of the track, Selway said: “It’s very much about taking stock of my life. I wanted to convey a sense of release and affirmation. This was the first song that we recorded. Immediately it felt in a very different space from ‘Familial’.”
‘Coming Up For Air’
‘Let It Go’
‘It Will End In Tears’
‘Don’t Go Now’
‘Drawn To The Light’
‘Waiting For A Sign’
‘Turning It Inside Out’