Radiohead will present a new album in June. The band’s manager said fans never heard its equal.
Radiohead’s Manager Brian Message gave an interview to Western media at the event in London confirming the new album will be released in June this year. Message pointed out the record will surprise all the band fans since they never heard its equal.
“We’ve certainly changed our method again,” Jonny Greenwood said last year. “It’s too involved [to explain how]. We’re kind of limiting ourselves; working in limits. So we’ll see what happens. It’s like we’re trying to use very old and very new technology together to see what happens.”
Drummer Phillip Selway has confessed to being baffled, mind: “I have absolutely no idea [what it’ll be like,” he told NME, “that’s what keeps us there until the end.”
Previously the painter Stanley Donwood, who constantly collaborates with Radiohead, also confirmed the album is ready and he could hear it. In addition, earlier this year the media reported that the group has registered a new company called Dawn Chorus LLP.
Experts suggest it was made just for the release of a new material. We will know that very soon, however, as the album has neither official name, nor an exact release date.