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Radiohead delay plans for new album until summer

Johnny Greenwood says the band is a 'slow moving animal' - but he has high hopes for a meeting this summer.
NBHAP News Team April 2, 2014

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Radiohead 300x193 Radiohead delay plans for new album until summerRecently RADIOHEAD‘s lead guitarist Jonny Greenwood told Nashville Cream that the band plans to meet in summer in order to talk about a new album. But as he also pointed out the band’s a ‘slow moving animal’ which needs a bit time to get back in action. After the release of their last record The King of Limbs in spring 2011 and a tour the RADIOHEAD members worked on other projects.

Thom Yorke for instance toured with his other band ATOMS FOR PEACE and Jonny Greenwood was busy composing. He did a score for the 2012 film The Master and collaborated with THE NATIONAL‘s BRYCE DESSNER. DESSNER told NOTHING BUT HOPE AND PASSION in an interview that his and Greenwoods music matches well since both of them have a similar background and share both the love for rock music and for classical music. Below you find the RADIOHEAD classic Creep.


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