What’s up with www.theeraser.net?

by Jonathan on May 12, 2006

Thom’s recent posting at DAS about the site www.theeraser.net has made us curious. What is it? Does it have anything to do with Radiohead? Is it a hint about the new album?

GP reader Will pointed out to us that the domain is registered to Chris Hufford, which you may know as Radiohead’s manager. The animation on the site seems to have changed from the original one that was seen yesterday. That can be viewed here.
(thanks to Will)

UPDATE: It’s possible that this site has something to do with Stanley Donwood’s new series of drawings called “London Views”. GP reader Chris writes:

The London-buildings-on-fire etc. thing is from a series of Stanley Donwood drawings called “London Views”, as mentioned in the Slowly Downward Taglibro. “At the time of writing my plan is to maßively enlarge these apocalyptic scenarios, & then cage them, much as the daily headlines for London’s Evening Standard are caged with a diamond lattice of galvanised wire.

“They will be on display from the 19th of May 2006 in a former emporium of sado-masochistic paraphenalia at 8 Greek Street, Soho, London; next-door to a pub called The Pillars of Hercules.”

Update again: Thom has announced that he will be releasing an album called “The Eraser”. Mystery solved! More info…



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