Radiohead To Release New Album On Saturday
Yep, the King Of Limbs is released THIS Saturday
Never ones to defy expectations, Radiohead have once again wrongfooted their fans by announcing that they are to release their brand new album on Saturday 19 February.
The King Of Limbs is the band's follow up to their 2007 album In Rainbows, which was also a surprise release. The only difference is that this time the band aren't letting fans pay what they want for the record (the skinflints!!!).
The album will be available on Saturday as a digital only release and will be released on 9 May as a "Newspaper Album" (which appears to be a "newspaper" containing the CD and two 10" vinyls along with a LOT of artwork).
There's no word on whether the record will be released as a normal CD. Or in fact, what the record actually sounds like.
You can get all the info you need about the record at www.thekingoflimbs.com
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