Radiohead update official app with new music

Radiohead have updated their official PolyFauna app with new music. The app was first unveiled this February, with imagery from the band's The King Of Limbs album used throughout. However, as Rolling Stone report, as of September 1, the app features new artwork as well as new music.

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Radiohead have updated their official PolyFauna app with new music.

The app was first unveiled this February, with imagery from the band’s The King Of Limbs album used throughout. However, as Rolling Stone report, as of September 1, the app features new artwork as well as new music.

Thom Yorke hinted at the updates over the weekend when he posted a number of images on his Twitter account.

The new music could provide clues as to what the next Radiohead album will sound like. Guitarist Jonny Greenwood recently confirmed that the band will begin rehearsing and recording again this month, having previously said that the band are a “slow moving animal.”


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