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Radiohead go into the recording studio
Radiohead's Colin Greenwood has confirmed that the group have commenced work on their new album.
Nigel Godrich - producer of previous Radiohead albums such as OK Computer - is once again behind the control board for the record, which is the follow up to 2007's In Rainbows.
Commenting on the sessions, Greenwood said: "It was really noisy and chaotic and really fun."
However, he added that the band do not have any fully formed songs yet, as they are working on various bits and pieces and expanding on these ideas.
"We've got lots of ideas but we don't decide what we're going to do until we've finished the thing," Greenwood commented.
The sessions come ahead of Radiohead's return to the live circuit later this year, which will include performances at the Leeds and Reading festivals during the summer.Posted on 20 May 2009 15:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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