Radiohead to regroup for new album at the 'end of summer'
Radiohead's Colin Greenwood has said that the band will be getting back together to work on their new album at the end of this summer.
Speaking to BBC 6 Music, bass player Greenwood said: "We're taking some time out whilst people are doing some other stuff, doing their own things, and the plan is to get back together again [at the] end of the summer."
Radiohead released their eighth album, 'The King Of Limbs', in 2011 and played a UK arena tour last autumn.
Frontman Thom Yorke is currently preparing to launch the debut album from his Atoms For Peace project.
They will appear at London's Oval Space on February 22, with support from Actress and Throwing Snow.
Atoms For Peace – Thom Yorke's side project with Godrich, Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers and percussionist Mauro Refosco – release their debut album 'Amok' on February 25 via XL.
In a recent interview, Yorke said Atoms For Peace wouldn't be playing Glastonbury Festival. "We won't have got our shit together by then," he explained.