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Sunday marks the seventh anniversary of the band’s release of The King of Limbs.
Ed O’Brien on Radiohead’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame candidacy: “Us Brits are very bad at celebrating ourselves”
“If I’m honest I don’t understand it. It’s just kind of a British person going, “Okay, thanks, what does this mean?”
“I’m really enjoying it. It feels really right at the moment.”
The “EOB Sustainer Stratocaster” is the first official instrument developed with the help of a Radiohead member.
Ed O’Brien details the band’s upcoming activities in new interview.
Over 160 songs and everything in its right place.
The band reflects on their landmark album 20 years later.
A complete, unironic dissection of the band’s entire discography.
Radiohead discuss Rock & Roll Hall of Fame uneasiness, almost working with Dr. Dre, and touring into their 70s
The band also talk “Creep”, Jonny Greenwood’s disdain for guitar solos, and more in a fascinating new interview with Rolling Stone.
Radiohead “subconsciously” shelved “Lift” for 20 years because they were afraid of becoming too popular
Guitarist Ed O’Brien said the track’s inclusion on OK Computer might’ve garnered the band Jagged Little Pill-like levels of success.
Letter signed by 120-plus musicians demands justice for Standing Rock Sioux.