From the NME:
Radiohead have finally completed their sixth album and will undertake a tour in May in the smallest British venues they’ll have visited in almost six years, NME.COM can exclusively reveal.
The band’s new album, recorded in Oxford and LA over the last year, will be released on June 9, preceded by a brand new single in mid-May.
In the coming weeks the band will start rehearsals for a tour which in addition to previously announced massive European festivals, will see Radiohead play ‘club’ dates in the UK.
Radiohead haven’t been on a UK stage since their celebrated homecoming show in Oxford’s South Park in July 2001.
A spokesperson for the band told NME.com: “They will be playing a very special series of dates in the UK. The shows will be in what for them, will be very small venues.”
For more, exclusive Radiohead news, see this week’s NME, which is out in London today (March 4), and nationwide tomorrow.
Rumors suggest that tickets will go on sale Saturday, March 15th to w.a.s.t.e. members only.