Jonny Greenwood confirms band will meet up to discuss their future
Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead has revealed that the band will regroup this summer to discuss their next album.
The band are currently pursuing solo projects and enjoying a break from official band duty following the end of touring their last album, ‘The King Of Limbs.’ However, Greenwood spoke about the future of Radiohead in a new interview with Nashville Cream and said that the “slow moving animal” will gain life in the coming months.
Confirming that Radiohead will be “meeting up at the end of the summer” to “make a plan” for their ninth studio album, Greenwood states, “But, you know, we’re a slow-moving animal, always have been. I guess we’ll decide then what we do next.”
Earlier this year, Jonny’s brother Colin Greenwood said that Radiohead’s plans for a new album were “up in the air” as members of the band focus on side projects.
Quizzed on current activity in the Radiohead camp, Greenwood said: “It’s all up in the air at the minute. Thom’s just come back from touring Atoms For Peace and he’s having some quiet time. I’m sorry to be vague but we’re all just taking it easy at the moment. Just enjoying being at home and hanging out really. But at the same time, the vibe is very much Oxford and all good! It’s like that.”
Jonny Greenwood spoke to NME earlier this year about guitar music, his classical influences and how he transitions between playing in Radiohead and writing alone.