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Radiohead Recording New Album, Getting Eco-Friendly

Thom Yorke says recording sessions are "starting to get somewhere," and asks fans to help in reducing carbon emissions.

Thom Yorke multitasked in a recent post on Radiohead’s official site, asking fans to support the Big Ask campaign to reduce carbon emissions and briefly mentioning that the band have begun work on their new album. “We’ve started the record properly now,” he wrote. “Starting to get somewhere I think. Finally.” Yorke’s album update was tacked onto the end of a post that asked fans to encourage government officials to pass a bill that will reduce personal carbon emissions. “It’s a start,” he said. “It has to be law. Otherwise it’s never going to happen. And it has to.” Yorke urged fans to visit the Big Ask’s website to find out more.

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On SPIN.com:
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On the Web:
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