Radiohead announced today that they will be releasing a limited edition 7″ record of “Burn the Witch” and “Spectre” to independent UK record stores tomorrow, May 13, and to select stores internationally soon.
We’ll keep you updated on the international release.
The new Radiohead album, titled A Moon Shaped Pool, is now available to purchase online. You can go to www.amoonshapedpool.com to purchase directly from the band. It is available digitally, CD (shipping in June), vinyl (shipping in June), and special edition, which includes:
Case bound album, inspired by the albums for 78rpm shellac records in the library of La Fabrique, France
32 pages of artwork
The 11 track album on two heavyweight 12″ vinyl records
Two compact discs: one with the album and one with two extra tracks
Recording tape belly band applied *
320kbit MP3 or 16-bit WAV of the 11 track album available to download now
Alternatively, you can purchase the album through a variety of different services here.
The track-list is as follows:
BURN THE WITCH
DESERT ISLAND DISK
TINKER TAILER SOLDIER SAILOR RICH MAN POOR MAN BEGGAR MAN THIEF
TRUE LOVE WAITS
What do you think of it? Let us know in the comments.
After an Instagram tease this morning, Radiohead released a new music video for a song called “Daydreaming” moments ago. The video was directed by Paul Thomas Anderson and features Thom Yorke wandering around, entering and exiting different environments through doors.
It was also announced that the still unnamed new album, their 9th, will be released on May 8th at 7 PM BST digitally.
After “deleting their entire presence” off of the internet yesterday, Radiohead released two teaser video on their Instagram earlier today. This all led up to a full-length music video for a new song called “Burn the Witch”, directed by Chris Hopewell, who also directed the “There There”video back in the day.
Without further delay, here is the video for “Burn the Witch”:
Stanley Donwood posted some behind-the-scenes photos as well:
Screen capture of Green Plastic from August, 2000. This is the actual size, designed for 640×480 screen resolutions. Crazy.
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Radiohead returned to the stage last night for the first time since the tragic death of drum tech, Scott Johnson. If you’ll recall, Johnson was killed during a stage collapse last month in Toronto which forced the band to delay the tour.
The band did not disappoint last night at Les Arena in Nimes, France, starting off the set with “Lucky”, something they hadn’t done since 1998. Another huge highlight was the live premiere of “Treefingers”, the instrumental track from Kid A. Here’s a video:
For the third encore, Thom Yorke thanked the crew and dedicated “Reckoner” to Johnson, whose picture was displayed behind the band during the performance.
The full setlist is below. The band return to Les Arena tonight for their second show.
03 Morning Mr. Magpie
04 15 Step
05 There There
07 The Gloaming
09 I Might Be Wrong
10 Pyramid Song
13 Lotus Flower
15 Little By Little
16 Paranoid Android
18 Give Up the Ghost
20 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
21 Full Stop
22 Everything In Its Right Place