Angst-rock masters Radiohead are currently at work on their fourth album, the follow up to the critically acclaimed 'OK Computer'. The Oxfordshire based band are recording the new material at a stately home in Gloucestershire, although at present there is no release date available with their management saying it is unlikely to be out before the Millennium.
Talking to dotmusic, the management company stated: "We still don't know how many songs they're working on...I don't think that it's structured, it's still early days."
Radiohead have once again enlisted the producing talents of Nigel Goodrich for the new album. According to the management company, Radiohead have an abundance of already demoed material, so recording of the album should be relatively straightforward. "They took their mobile studio to demo on the road when they were touring, and since then they have been rehearsing new songs in France."
Radiohead frontman, Thom Yorke, is currently lined up to give a solo performance at the Tibetan Freedom Concert in Amsterdam's Rai Parkhalle on June 13.