Radiohead have shared 'Follow Me Around', one of the more anticipated tracks featured on their new archival collection, 'KID A MNESIA'. The 'OK Computer'-era song has popped up in various forms since its initial composition in 1997, but today marks the first time a proper studio version has been released. Radiohead have also premiered a video for the song starring actor Guy Pearce.

After a 13-week run, Radiohead have concluded their quarantine concert series with a recording of July 4th, 1997 performance at Les Eurockéennes in Belfort, France, in support of the band’s 'OK Computer'. The 12 previous installments in the band’s quarantine series — including festival sets at Coachella and Bonnaroo as well as In Rainbows From the Basement and The King of Limbs From the Basement — are collected in a YouTube playlist.

Radiohead have launched Radiohead Public Library, a new online archive of their music videos, live TV performances, artwork etc. Out-of-print T-shirt designs from each era of the band’s history can be custom-made via the site. The band have also uploaded songs from their first ever release, 1992’s 'Drill' EP, the 2005 song 'I Want None of This' from charity compilation 'Help! A Day in the Life', and the 2011 remix release 'Tkol Rmx 8'.

They've got Lebanese rock band Mashrou’ Leila with their video 'Roman' ("strength that celebrates Muslim women"), Radiohead with 'Lotus Flower' ("if it’s a risk, that’s probably a good thing”, Thom Yorke later said), Danny Brown with 'Grown Up' because it "highlights the guileless joy that anchors his music", Robyn and her 'Call Your Girlfriend', FKA […]

Guardian writes how album leaks harm musicians, not only financially, but they also affect their self-esteem, even more so than being robbed. This month, Madonna said she “felt raped” after her 2015 album 'Rebel Heart' leaked online before she’d even announced it, Jai Paul disappeared from the public for six years after his unfinished album […]

"This is the sound of a new Radiohead taking shape" - NME writes about Radiohead 'OK Computer' leaks. They combed through 18 hours to find 10 songs worth the while. The Guardian gave the mini-discs 4 out of 5 stars, and said it's "endlessly interesting chronicle of a band reinventing the mainstream by rejecting it".

Radiohead have released 18 hours of 'OK Computer' sessions that recently leaked online. Listen to it on Bandcamp, or buy it for £18; proceeds go to Extinction Rebellion, the climate activist group that recently staged protests in London. The hackers who stole it demanded 150.000$ on threat of releasing it. The band's release will be […]

18 Minidiscs billed as the entire 'OK Computer' sessions have leaked online, as a user on the Radiohead subreddit points out. Fans in that community created a Google Doc indexing what’s included on each of the discs, Exclaim reports. Among others, there's a previously unreleased version of 'Lift', a song Radiohead refused to publish, fearing it was a 'Creep'-like hit that […]

Radiohead, Roxy Music and Janet Jackson will join the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year, alongside Def Leppard, The Zombies, Stevie Nicks and The Cure. The seven inductees are the biggest intake since 2004, and bring the total number of acts in the hall to 330. Nicks was already a member as part […]

Radiohead's frontman Thom Yorke has composed soundtrack, for Luca Guadagnino's remake of horror movie 'Suspiria'. For the first time in his career, Yorke has composed music for a feature film. The second track from the score that has been unveiled - 'Has Ended' - you can listen to here.