Today, Radiohead manager Brian Message was interviewed during an event at London's Wanstead Tap. During the conversation, he said that Radiohead's new album would be released in June. Radiohead's new album will be the first release from the band since The King of Limbs in 2011.
From the horses mouth "the new Radiohead album out in June will be like nothing like you've ever heard". pic.twitter.com/7XP7jmPNZZ— The Wanstead Tap (@TheWansteadtap) April 14, 2016
Ja, kommt vom Bandmanager Brian Message, siehe Link von Pitchfork.
So what does it mean? Well, “Burn The Witch” is the name of an unreleased Radiohead song dating back to at least 2003, and it supposedly contains the lyrics “Sing a song of sixpence that goes/ Burn the witch.” And as some enterprising Redditors have discovered, according to Germanic folklore, Walpurgisnacht — or “Witches’ Night” — falls on either 4/30 (today) or 5/1 (tomorrow), depending on the year. Radiohead recently started two companies, Dawn Chorus LLP and Dawnchoruss LTD, and International Dawn Chorus Day is held on the first Sunday in May, which also happens to be tomorrow, 5/1.
So is LP9 coming out tomorrow? Is it called Burn The Witch? Who knows, but isn’t this exciting! Hear a little bit of “Burn The Witch,” which Thom Yorke has teased in a few live shows but never performed in full, below.
Nur raus damit