Radiohead new album: ‘In Rainbows’ out tomorrow

NME.COM will bring you the first review of Thom Yorke and co's new album

Radiohead are set to release their new album ’In Rainbows’ tomorrow (October 10) as a download only.

NME.COM understands that the record will be made available to those who have registered for it from around 10am (BST).

As previously reported, Radiohead have surprised fans and the music industry by announcing they would release their seventh album as a download ten days ago.


Additionally, they have allowed fans to name their own price when buying the album.

A £40 deluxe ‘discbox’ version of the record is also available, which will be sent out in December – although anyone who has brought this record can also download the album.

NME.COM will be bringing you a track-by-track review of the album from the moment we download it tomorrow.

To get the first review anywhere on the planet head to the NME office blog from 10am tomorrow.

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’



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