[photogallerylink id=11447 align=left] [lastfm]Radiohead[/lastfm] broke barriers three years ago when they released In Rainbows digitally and let the fans pay what they thought the music was worth. Having just finished a whole new set of songs for a new album, Radiohead is now at the point where they decide how to get their music out to their listeners. Bassist Colin Greenwood gives us some insight into the decision and reflects upon the advent of technology in a post on Index of Censorship.
[pullquote quote=”We have yet to decide how to release our next record…we are trying to find ways to put out our music that feel as good as the music itself.” credit=”Bassist, Colin Greenwood”]He says that he understands that they are now the broadcasters of their own music. “We owned [the music] outright, and could do whatever we wanted with it,” he said about In Rainbows. “This coincided with the growth of the internet as a medium to discover and share music, something we had used to reach fans while we made In Rainbows.” He goes on: “We have yet to decide how to release our next record…we are trying to find ways to put out our music that feel as good as the music itself.”
Keep an eye on our blog for an album name and release date…and how you’ll be able to get a hold of it.
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