By: Spacelab Research Staff
With the release of In Rainbows seemingly a recent memory (although it was a year and a half ago), Radiohead have entered the studio to start the long ordeal of working on their next album.
"It was very noisy and chaotic and really fun. It’s at the stage where we’ve got the big Lego box out and we’ve tipped it out on the floor and we're just looking at all the bits and thinking what’s next?" Bassist Colin Greenwood said when speaking to BBC6 Music.
The band first started writing new music last last Summer.
There's no details yet on the musical direction they'll take, but the band is working with their longtime producer Nigel Godrich.
They were playing at the Great Escape festival when they spoke to BBC6 Music.
They also said they were happy with In Rainbows release because it set off a big debate about how music could be released.
"We were just saying to people how much do you think we're worth? It's like a long term relationship and it was great because it kicked off lots of debate about it."