Next Radiohead album in “embryonic” stage

by Jonathan on January 19, 2009

Brian Message, one of Radiohead’s manager, was recently interviewed by the BBC for article about another band he manages, Faithless, and gave a little update on the next Radiohead album. Granted, it’s not very much of anything, but these days we’ll take whatever we can get.

In 2007, Radiohead made their seventh album available on their website in a pay-what-you-want offer, making them the first major act to rip up the traditional album release plan.

“There are no rules any more,” Mr Message said. “What Radiohead did is just one example of that freedom to go and make up your own plan.”

Mr Message said Radiohead’s next album was at an “embryonic” stage and he had “no idea” how it would be released.

“The first step in the process is that they’ve got to make some music that they’re proud of. There are no plans until the boys come back and say: ‘We’ve got something we like here.'”

Read the full article here.
(via MT)



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