Radiohead hit the studio for new album

Colin Greenwood speaks about follow-up to 'In Rainbows'

Radiohead‘s Colin Greenwood has told NME.COM the Oxford band have begun recording their new album with producer Nigel Godrich.

The bassist revealed that the band went into the studio to start work on the follow-up to 2007’s ‘In Rainbows’ last week (beginning May 11)

“We’ve just started work [in the studio] last week,” he told NME.COM. “It’s really cool and everything is sounding great. It’s early days and it is a bit like having a scrapbook at the moment because everything is up in the air, but it’s good to be back in the studio.”


He was quick to praise Godrich, who has produced every Radiohead album since 1997’s ‘OK Computer’.

“He’s brilliant,” Greenwood gushed. “He can make everything sound like it’s working together rather than us trying to kill each other.”

Greenwood was speaking at Brighton‘s Great Escape festival, which took place over the weekend (May 13-16).


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