Much to the elation of Radiohead's cult following, the band have uploaded more music to both streaming services, Spotify and Apple Music.
Upon the band's move from Parlophone, to XL, the band's internet footprint, shrunk down, in a supposed effort to streamline everything.
Away went a lot of the band's back catalogue, and instead stayed only a few albums, including their 2016 release, A Moon Shaped Pool.
Back in 2013, it was thought that the band's time with the likes of Spotify and Apple Music was over, after Yorke, and the band's producer had some very choice words to say regarding them.
Yorke said of Spotify at the time, that it is "the last desperate fart of a dying corpse".
Whilst A Moon Shaped Pool was released onto the streaming platforms, the band's albums In Rainbows, has only recently appeared on the services.
Now, however, two tracks from 2009 have also reappeared. Both, 'Supercollider', and, 'The Butcher', are now available on the services for fans of the band.
Since the release of Radiohead's latest album, A Moon Shaped Pool, the band have unsurprisingly been announced to headline every festival under the sun.
But it might be some time before we get to hear O'Brien's solo album, as Radiohead have just announced a fairly big tour for 2017.
You can see the dates below, and get more information, here:
7th Spektrum, Oslo
9th Ericsson Globe, Stockholm
11th Northside Festival, Aarhus
14th Visarno Arena, Parco delle Cascine, Florence
16th I-Days Festival 2017, Parco di Monza, Milano
18th Best Kept Secret Festival, Hilvarenbeek
20th 3 Arena, Dublin
23rd Glastonbury Festival, Pilton
28th Open’er Festival, Gdynia
30th Rock Werchter Festival, Werchter
2nd Main Square Festival, Arras
4th Manchester Arena, Manchester
5th Manchester Arena, Manchester