The band that created sounds that fueled the 1990’s aren’t done yet. Even though the band have been making music for going on three decades they claim to still have plenty of juices left in the tank. This is great for Radiohead fans, who have followed the creativity of the band since many of them were teenagers and young adults. In a recent interview the band chatted the future and their new album.
As per NME, Radiohead’s Selway said:
“We have got together and we’re talking about future plans, but in the immediate future we’ve all got other projects which we’d all like to see through properly. There’s a collective desire to make music in some form or other amongst the five of us. We all really value that musical relationship, and that’s been there for 38 years. It remains really important to us.”
Does Selway have any ideas or desires on what direction Radiohead might take next?
“We wouldn’t know anything on that score until we’re all in a room together, and it probably doesn’t have any firm direction until we’re quite a way into it,” the drummer replied. “The short answer to that is: ‘to be confirmed’.
“It’s just about finding that scenario when a group of musicians are all of a mind and firing on all cylinders. That is my dream scenario – to be in that spot. That’s my only aspiration.”
Radiohead fans were recently delighted by someone recreating the band’s seminal ‘In Rainbows’ with sounds from Super Mario 64. Has Selway heard it yet?
“I’ve not listened to it, but I have heard about it!”