Band send more secret messages via their website
Radiohead have added a new instalment of their daily website coding communication with fans (September 26).
This time, fans seemed to have cracked the message and now believe that the band have hinted at a possible release date.
The latest code posted on www.radiohead.com/deadairspace, has been translated to read ’march wa x’.
Fans have already begun to speculate on its meaning, believing that it could be a hint at a March release date for their seventh album, possibly on Wax or Earwax records.
Some have even interpreted the code to signify specifically March 10 (X is the Roman numeral for ten) as the record’s release date.
The band are still said to be hunting for a record company to release the album, after their deal with Parlophone expired earlier this year.
According to fan site Ateaseweb.com the complete decoded messages so far are:
September 20: YES WE ARE STILL ALIVE
September 21: BLINK YOUR EYES ONE FOR YES TWO FOR NO CODE CODE CODE
September 22: PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY
September 22: XENDLESS
September 23: MIGHT NOT OPERATE PROPERLY
September 24: A FLATLINE WE ARE IN A MEETING
September 25: CONSIDERING DISSEMINATION
September 25: SEMAPHORE ELEMENTS
September 26: MARCH WAX