Band tackle rough conditions to work on new track
Radiohead battled heavy weather conditions as they got back to work on their forthcoming new album yesterday (January 18).
In a posting on Dead Air Space, singer Thom Yorke confirmed that the Oxford five-piece are back in the studio after taking a month off.
He wrote: “Back at work, so we have started up again had a good day today working on a version of ’15 Step’ and rebuilding our studio in the wind.”
Elsewhere in the posting, Yorke also urged fans to sign an anti-nuclear petition.
The band are hoping to release the follow up to 2003’s ‘Hail To The Thief’ later this year.
Possible song titles are ‘Nude’, ‘Arpeggi’, ‘Down Is The New Up’, ‘Bangers ‘n’ Mash’, ‘Open Pick’ and ‘Bodysnatchers’.