Radiohead‘s next release looks increasingly likely to be an EP of brand new material, according to guitarist ED O’BRIEN.
Speaking to the Radio 1 website, www.bbc.co.uk/radio1, following the band’s performance at Warrington Victoria Park last Monday (October 2), O’Brien alluded to the fact that the next Radiohead release would definitely be an EP, although he gave no more information as to which tracks would feature on it.
He also confirmed that some of the material the band are currently playing live on their UK tour will feature on Radiohead‘s future fifth album. He said: “If you record 24 songs, and some of the songs you play live are off the next record, it’s inevitable people are going to talk about the next album. We’ve got that one over and done with, and it’s on to the next one. I think we’re on a bit of a roll at the moment. Others may disagree.”
An official spokesperson for Radiohead told nme.com they could not confirm anything about future releases from the band.