Radiohead will no longer record albums

Radiohead will no longer record albumsThe leader of the British group Radiohead Thom Yorke in an interview with the American magazine The Believer said that in the foreseeable future the group has no plans to accept for recording a full album.According to singer, his views were shared by the rest of the band Radiohead. York said that the release plate is a whole entity, and the group is unlikely to prove him capable of in the near future. On record the band's latest Studio album, "In Rainbows", the musicians decided, since had a clear idea of what should be new material, but now they have no such ideas.Also York said that "will not tolerate" the new album, and that full Studio session "kill" participants Radiohead.Instead of albums York partners intend to release the singles, EPS and other recordings that differ from the full plates of smaller volume. Recently British musicians broke the silence by releasing a song in memory of Harry Patch, the last British veteran of the First world war, who died in late July at the age of 111 years.Presumably the last Studio album in the band's career Thom Yorke, "In Rainbows", was released in late 2007. In April it was reported that when writing new material participants Radiohead will be inspired by South American motifs. Source: Radiohead will no longer record albums.



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