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Radiohead to go back into studio
Electric guitar player Ed O'Brien has confirmed that Radiohead are gearing up to record a new album - their first since In Rainbows in 2007.
Writing on the band's official website, he said the rock group are planning to go back into the studio in January 2010.
O'Brien revealed that the vibe within the group is very good at the moment and far better than it was during the recording of their Kid A album, as the sessions were not a "fun place to be".
"I am so genuinely excited about what we're doing," he continued.
However, he did not give away too many details about the upcoming record, as he wants to preserve some element of surprise.
O'Brien added that next month's sessions should build upon the work they started during the summer.
Radiohead, who rose to prominence with records such as The Bends and OK Computer, have so far released seven albums during their 24-year career.Posted on 22 Dec 2009 18:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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