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Radiohead in studio, Thom talks environment

Via: Yahoo U.K.
Thom Yorke announced on Radiohead's Dead Air Space that Radiohead has entered the studio and is getting down to business on recording the follow-up to 2003's Hail To The Thief. "We've started the record properly now. Staring to get somewhere I think. Finally." As to what this actually means in terms of when we'll see a finished product, God only knows. You may not know this, but Yorke actually has a reputation of not being terribly forthcoming.

In the same missive, Yorke speaks out about climate change in the UK, which you can read after the jump.
"if you are concerned about climate change
if it scares you speechless and wakes you in the night.
if you are bothered about the flooding you keep seeing.
or those high winds.

or that there is something not quite right about the fact you're still walking round in a Tshirt in october.
please find out about the big ask campaign

we are hassling all MPs in the uk to write to our glorious leader and get a bill that commits us all to reducing carbon emissions 3percent a year. its a start. it has to be law. otherwise its never going to happen. and it has to."
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I was under the impression that they've been in the studio for several months already. Since sometime last year, even.


[...] Oh, to be Willy Mason. The boy (literally–he’s flippin’ 22) has quite the life. Radiohead and Bright Eyes like him a lot. He’s big in Britain. He somehow puts folky, M. Ward-like albums on the otherwise electrocentric Astralwerks Records. Hell, at 22 I was still thrilled to be drinking legally, and therefore didn’t get out of bars much. [...]

» New Willy Mason album on the way » B

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