Published Oct 13, 2011Every time Radiohead so much as lift a finger, all of the music world takes notice. It's exciting news, then, to learn that the beloved Brits are planning to hit the studio this winter.
Speaking with Rolling Stone, frontman Thom Yorke revealed that the band are planning on hunkering down in December and January at their space in Oxford, UK.
"We can get things together quite rapidly at the moment," Yorke said of the planned sessions, adding that they have a new song called "Come to Your Senses." He revealed, "We have this version of it. It's a five-minute rehearsal, but it has the essence of what we need."
Yorke continued, "There are a few of those. It would be fun to have them ready when we go to play next year. I don't know how we would release them."
Even though the release plans are still up in the air, hopefully this means that Radiohead's next LP won't take as long as the almost four years between 2007's In Rainbows and 2011's The King of Limbs.
As previously reported, Yorke is also working on an album with his band Atoms for Peace, which features Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers.
"It's not good enough yet," Yorke said. "[He and producer Nigel Godrich] were excited about it for so long, then we kind of lost our way. So we're taking some steps back."
Radiohead just unleashed their remix album TKOL RMX 1234567, which came out October 11 via TBD Records. You can stream it below.