Radiohead to Release New Album Independently?
The label-less band may release its next album independently, according to frontman Thom Yorke.
After releasing six albums on a major label, the now label-less Radiohead may distribute their next album independently. “We have two or three options, and that’s one,” Yorke told the LA Times. “Once we finish whatever we think is good enough to put out, then we’ll start thinking about it. We haven’t discussed it a great deal. I would love for us to drop a chemical weapon within the music industry. But I don’t see it as our responsibility, either.” When the as-yet-untitled, as-yet-unfinished album does finally drop, it will be the band’s first since 2003’s Hail to the Thief.
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