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Radiohead 'launching themselves into new album'

Philip Selway gives update on King Of Limbs' follow-up


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Radiohead new album update from Phil Selway Photo: Wenn
Radiohead drummer, Philip Selway has given an update on how the new Radiohead record is shaping up - and it sounds promising.

The last we heard from Selway regarding the King of Limbs follow up was that the band's September was to become "quite a full schedule".

The Radiohead boys must have been pulling late-nights and overtime because speaking to the Press Association for a 6 Music Celebrates Libraries event, Selway said the band aim to finish the highly-anticipated album very soon.

"We’ve got quite a busy autumn coming up. We want to finish a record and that’s where we’re at. We’re just launching ourselves into it… We’re back into it."

Selway added: "Being asked about Radiohead never becomes a tiresome question; the fact that people are still interested, that can only be a wonderful thing."

If you want to hear more of Selway, he plans to appear on BBC 6Music this Sunday (September 6) at 2pm joined by Elbow's Guy Garvey and New Order's Stephen Morris broadcasting from Manchester's Central Library.

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The busy schedule Radiohead have had leading up to the recording of this album probably dispells the rumours that they are the musicians behind the latest James Bond theme song. The band were named as favourites to record the theme by bookmakers William Hill, after an anonymous gambler in Middlesex placed a bet of £15,000 on the Kid A icons.

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