The last of the remixes for The King of Limbs has been posted to Dead Air Space. Thom writes:
Here is the last set of remixes, with thanks to Jamie XX, Anstam and SBTRKT
That’s the lot then.
For those of you who like vinyl, all 7 issues of this 12″ ltd edition RMX vinyl will be on sale here until we run out of them.
OR if you prefer, you can buy the double CD/digital download from most music stores when it comes out 10th/11th October.
We resisted as much as we could to post this, but it has to be done. With the release of the “Lotus Flower” video last Friday, the Internet has exploded with a new meme of people taking the video and having Thom dance to different music. Below is a sample of what is out there for your enjoyment. Let’s never speak of this again, okay?
This week has been full of surprises to say the least. We woke up this morning to find that the new Radiohead album, The King of Limbs, was available to download a day early. If you pre-ordered, head on over to www.thekingoflimbs.com to get your copy now. If you haven’t purchased the album yet, get over there now! What are you waiting for?
Here’s the tracklist:
Morning Mr Magpie
Little By Little
Give Up The Ghost
What does The King of Limbs mean, anyway? According to Wikipedia, the name of the album possibly refers to an oak tree in Wiltshire’s Savernake Forest, thought to be 1,000 years old. The tree is a pollarded oak, referring to an ancient technique for harvesting timber for fencing and firewood. Though it does not feature on maps, the tree is said to be 3 miles (4.8 km) from Tottenham Court House, where Radiohead recorded part of their previous album In Rainbows.
We were also thrilled to see that a video was posted for “Lotus Flower” this morning. It was produced and directed by Garth Jennings. Check it:
What do you think? Tell us your thoughts about the album in the comments. Enjoy!