Radiohead Finish Recording New Songs and Ponder How To Release Them
According to the piece, Radiohead "have just finished another group of songs, and have begun to wonder about how to release them in a digital landscape that has changed again." The British rockers famously released their previous album, In Rainbows, without the initial support of a record label and let fans hear the album with a pay-what-you-want download method.
There's no word on what the album will be called, when it will be released or how it will released. Although Radiohead has been on the forefront of new industry practices, Greenwood (brother of guitar-playing bandmate Jonny) wrote that he longs for some of the old ways of doing business.
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