Radiohead's new album will be released in June, manager reportedly reveals
The band's manager reportedly says the album 'will be like nothing like you've ever heard'
Getty Nick Levine, 14th April 2016 Radiohead's new album will be released in June, the band's manager Brian Message has reportedly revealed.
Message was the subject of an 'In Conversation' event at east London bar and performance space The Wanstead Tap earlier this evening (April 14). According to a tweet from the venue, he confirmed a June release date during the event and said the album "will be like nothing like you've ever heard".
From the horses mouth "the new Radiohead album out in June will be like nothing like you've ever heard". pic.twitter.com/7XP7jmPNZZ
— The Wanstead Tap (@TheWansteadtap) April 14, 2016
The band are expected to announce their ninth album shortly, having recently announced a UK tour alongside a series of summer festival dates. The upcoming LP will be the band's follow-up to 2011's 'The King of Limbs'.
Radiohead's long-time visual collaborator Stanley Donwood said last month (March) that he has heard the band's new album, describing the LP as "a work of art", though he also said at the time that the record is not yet finished.
Earlier this week it was reported that Radiohead have shot a new music video with There Will Be Blood director Paul Thomas Anderson, though this has yet to be confirmed by the band.
Radiohead will play the following headline dates:
Amsterdam, Heineken Music Hall (May 20-21)
Paris, Le Zenith (May 23-24)
London, Roundhouse (May 26-28)
New York, Madison Square Garden (July 26-27)
Los Angeles, Shrine Auditorium (August 4, 8)
Mexico City, Palacio De Los Deportes (October 3-4)