Radiohead post mysterious new artworks

Band recently opened their new album 'A Moon Shaped Pool' up to a number of visual artists

Radiohead have posted several new pieces of artwork online without explanation.

The band, who have gone straight to number one in the UK charts with their ninth studio album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’, have uploaded the visual works to Instagram and Facebook with no captions.

The pieces could be part of a series of artist-created vignettes that the band announced last week. Radiohead recently opened their new album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ up to a number of visual artists, with the first work displayed online last Friday (13 May).

However, these new pieces come without artist attribution, and the style looks similar to the work of Stanley Donwood, Radiohead’s long-term visual collaborator who designed the official artwork for ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’.

See the pieces below.

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