New Radiohead album out now!

by Jonathan on May 8, 2016

A Moon Shaped Pool

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:

  1. BURN THE WITCH
  2. DAYDREAMING
  3. DECKS DARK
  4. DESERT ISLAND DISK
  5. FUL STOP
  6. GLASS EYES
  7. IDENTIKIT
  8. THE NUMBERS
  9. PRESENT TENSE
  10. TINKER TAILER SOLDIER SAILOR RICH MAN POOR MAN BEGGAR MAN THIEF
  11. TRUE LOVE WAITS

What do you think of it? Let us know in the comments.



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  • ajeffprobstfilm

    It’s super pretty. I’m happy to hear a proper version of Identikit.

  • Wizza

    Well thanks, Radiohead, for hugely de-incentivising the purchase of a physical product by for no reason not including a download alongside. So, as someone who will always want a CD copy of an album, I won’t be hearing it until June while more casual listeners get it now. Very disappointed. What possible reason could there be for doing that?!

  • Rob Maher

    This band is amazing. I can’t even say that I love the whole album but I don’t even care. I’m just so glad that Radiohead is still making the music that THEY want to make. And it always tends to be completely brilliant and fresh.

    Re: my initial assessment of the album. I like Burn the Witch a lot. I like Daydreaming. I LOVE Present Tense.

    And I love that True Love Waits has finally been recorded 21 years after they initially debuted it live. Amazing. Talking about patience; waiting 21 years to finally come to an arrangement worth recording. But it makes sense. After all, true love waits.

  • Tiago Maia

    I’m not ashamed to reveal that I almost cried hearing “True Love Waits”.
    I can’t quite give full grades to all the songs yet, but this record is beyond good. very pleased to be a Radiohead fan.

  • Ian Cisneros

    I absolutely love the album. I’ve only listened to it once but I’m waiting until tomorrow to give it a second go. I read a story in NME’s Website of this being Radiohead’s swan song. At first I thought it was non-sense but then I remembered that each of the Limited Edition prints will have a piece of their recordings, You could get a a bit of recording from Kid A or any other of their albums. I know it may sound crazy, but maybe it’s symbolizes something? With each album, they’ve taken longer breaks. Maybe they pulling away from the music scene? Maybe their publicity stunt from erasing all record from their social media is sign of this. Would like to know the input from anyone about this 🙂

  • Rob Maher

    I think that it’s impossible to say whether or not Radiohead will put out any more music. The plain truth is that no one knows, not even the band themselves. Why bother deciding whether or not to make any more music in the future? They just put out this awesome album. If they want to take an indefinite break from music now, of course it would be understandable. If then, in the future, they decide to get together again to make another record, they can. If not, fine. No decisions on the band’s future need to be made right now.

  • I was wondering the same. The immediate download is included in the premium box but only a delayed download option for vinyl and none at all for CD does not make sense to me.

  • popcornwarlord

    liking the new album more and more with each listen. However true love waits was always one of my favourite radiohead songs ever and this version feels like a missed opportunity. From the reviews i’ve read i am in the minority with this thought, but its feels wafer thin as though it’s tacked on as an afterthought. If only they took the acoustic guitar of the live version and built an epic orchestral arrangement around the wonderful lyrics with the band kicking in halfway through maybe, then this could have been an amazing song. As it is the off kilter piano sounds out of time with his voice and one of my favourite songs has now been ruined. I’d rather it had been left off the album rather than this version and i think daydreaming would’ve made a better album closer.

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