Radiohead new album: release ‘In Rainbows’ as download

Read NME.COM's first look at Thom Yorke and co's new record

Radiohead have released new album ’In Rainbows’ this morning (October 10) as a download – and now you can read NME.COM’s live review.

We’ve just put the album in the office player and if you head to the NME Office Blog now we will give your our first impressions of the tracks as we hear them.

Just head to NME.COM/blog now.

Meanwhile NME Radio will be playing the whole of ’In Rainbows’ in full from 11am (BST).

Simply head to the station at NME.COM/radio and tune into our special show.

’In Rainbows’ track listing is:

‘15 Step’



‘Weird Fishes/Arpeggi’

‘All I Need’

‘Faust Arp’


‘House Of Cards’

‘Jigsaw Falling Into Place’


Plus send us your reviews of ‘In Rainbows’. Email you 60 word mini-review of the record to with Radiohead in the subject line and we will publish the best later.

As previously reported on NME.COM, the band have shocked the music industry by releasing the album as a download, with fans choosing how much to pay for the album.

The album, the band’s seventh studio effort, will only be available exclusive through for now, but Radiohead say they are current planning a “traditional CD release” of ’In Rainbows’ for early next year.

You can now

get a sneak preview of what the new Radiohead album sounds like on the NME Office Blog.

Plus as you can name your own price tell us how much you will play for the new Radiohead album.

Also as there is current no artwork to go with ‘In Rainbows’ NME.COM has created some to fill in the gap. Head to the NME Office blog now and get some free MP3 player/ CD-R friendly artwork.

Read NME.COM’s brief history of Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Phil Selway, Colin Greenwood and Ed O’Brien from their days as On A Friday to Radiohead’s release of ‘In Rainbows’