Radiohead Erase Social Media Pages, Send Cryptic Message To Fans


[Update] Radiohead ended the mystery by posting a video for their new single "Burn The Witch" which will be released to digital retailers tomorrow (May 4th). Watch the video here.(Prog) Radiohead have erased their internet presence as fans anticipate looming news of their ninth album. The band's Facebook and Twitter pages are both blank, and the official Radiohead website displays a blank homepage.

It comes as the band sent out cryptic leaflets to fans. The leaflets feature Radiohead's 'bear' logo and the words: "Sing the song of sixpence that goes burn the witch. We know where you live."

Radiohead have 12million Facebook 'likes' and 1.5m Twitter followers. Their website gradually decreased in opacity over a number of hours before disappearing completely. Read more and see the leaflet here.

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