Amnesiac Phil Selway Radiohead tour

Back in effect

Phew, what a vacation! We’re well rested and ready to get our hands dirty again with all this Radiohead goodness!

Setlists and reviews for ALL the shows so far are available now at our tour section. As you all may know, both shows at the Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville, VA were canceled due to flooding. Refunds are available at point of purchase and unfortunately, there are no plans to reschedule these shows in the future.

Tonight Radiohead takes over Hollywood
Radiohead end their North American tour tonight at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, CA. Doors open at 6pm and the Beta Band goes on at 7.

Knives Out
You can preorder the US version of the “Knives Out” single at Amazon.

Speaking of “Knives Out”, director Michel Gondry recently talked about doing the video for the song and the meaning behind it. Check it out at {thanks to Kev}

The Anti Pop Consortium
The Anti Pop Consortium has been confirmed as the opening act for the September 8 show in Stockholm, Sweden. {thanks to Joakim & Ragnhild}

New album news
What? New album news already?! You have to be joking!

No. Colin, speaking in an interview with, stated that the band will begin working on their sixth album after Christmas. Q Magazine is also reporting that “Amnesiac Follow-Up Due Next Year.” {thanks to jean-francois & Mitch}

Next single: I Might Be Wrong
We have learned that the band are about to film a video for “I Might Be Wrong” very soon. The rumor is that Johnny Hardstaff of RSA/Blackdog Films will be directing it.

Modern Drummer
Though we don’t know which issue yet, we do know that there will be an interview with Phil in Modern Drummer magazine. Keep your eye out for it! {thanks to Joe}

Win a Radiohead scooter!
HMV has a contest in which they will give away five Radiohead-customized scooters! The contest is open only to Canadians (except for residents of Quebec). For more info, click here.

Mattew Good
Running for Home has an interview with Matthew Good where he talks about Radiohead. {thanks to Bob}