Radiohead have provided fans with a further update of the progress of their new album, and have also refuted earlier claims that their new record would contain 10 songs.
Writing on the band’s official blog, guitarist Jonny Greenwood again confirmed that the band are ‘in the studio’, but added they ‘haven’t quite finished’ work on the follow up to 2007’s ‘In Rainbows‘.
Later, Greenwood also moved to clarify quotes which were attributed to him in a recent Italian edition of Rolling Stone, explaining that he had been misquoted when appearing to outline details of Radiohead’s new album, as well as discussing their touring plans.
“I think this Italian writer has, either through over-enthusiasm or frustration at all my non-committal answers, mistranslated me a little,” he said. “In fact we haven’t quite finished the album – in the studio at the moment. Nor have we yet considered any touring. The plan is to have no plan until the record is finished.”
In other Radiohead news, a campaign being supported by Thom Yorke aiming to get a 2 minute silence into the UK charts on Remembrance Sunday enjoyed a significant success with the track debuting at #20 on Sunday’s new rundown.