Guitarist Jonny Greenwood claims he's been playing "glock, guitar...and kazoo tomorrow"...
RADIOHEAD say they’ve made a “good start” on their new album in LOS ANGELES.
As previously reported, the band have teamed up with longtime producer Nigel Godrich to record their sixth studio album, which is due for release in March next year.
Radiohead have now completed the first of two weeks, with guitarist Jonny Greenwood claiming the sessions are progressing well.
Writing on the band’s messageboard, he said: “Lots of stuff at least recorded, just got to work out what it is we’ve done. Played glock all day…and guitar all yesterday. Kazoo tomorrow. Everyone’s very happy and we’ve started new songs every day. It’s been a good start.”
Bandmember Ed O’ Brien said that he has been listening to “loads of reggae”, but rates [a][/a]’ debut ‘Original Pirate Material’ as his “fave album of the year by a mile”.
Radiohead are picking their favourite songs premiered on a recent tour of Spain and Portugal – including ‘There There’, ‘A Punch Up At A Wedding’, ‘We Suck Young Blood’ and ‘Sail To The Moon’.
NME.COM understands that the recording sessions are due to finish on or around September 15.