New Radiohead Incoming?
Radiohead, a legendary name in the alternative rock scene, may end their six-year hiatus soon. This news comes directly from drummer Phil Selway. In a recent livestream, he revealed, “We’ve actually had a little break for a minute; the last show that we did was back in 2018… But we’re coming back ’round to that point now.” This statement has sparked excitement among the band’s global fanbase.
He continued, “There is just something particular to that relationship — that creative relationship and personal relationship — actually, you can’t get anywhere else.” His comments underscore the unique chemistry that drives Radiohead’s success. Radiohead fans can check out Thom Yorke’s side project, The Smile, in the meantime.
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Radiohead’s Evolution: From ‘Pablo Honey’ to A Moon Shaped Pool
Since its formation in 1985, Radiohead has consistently pushed musical boundaries. They soared to fame with their 1993 debut album Pablo Honey. Their subsequent releases, like OK Computer and Kid A, further cemented their status as musical innovators. Known for blending electronic elements with traditional rock, the band has carved a distinct niche in music.
Their last album, A Moon Shaped Pool, released in 2016, was lauded for its emotional depth and intricate compositions. Following this, the band members pursued solo projects, leaving fans yearning for their return.