The first, Identikit, bears some clear parentage to King of Limbs but with a more melodic, song-like bent.
The second track unveiled , Cut a Hole, is much less rhythmic than their most recent work, and instead echoes the long hold drones of their earlier albums with a touch of epic grandeur.
Whilst the two songs are undeniably ‘Radiohead’, once again the critically acclaimed UK five piece appear to be pushing on to greener pastures in search of a new sound rather than standing still.
Check out both songs in the YouTube videos below:
Cut a Hole
What do you think of the two new tracks? As a musician, how do you view their constant appetite for reinvention? Perhaps you’d rather they stayed and developed upon a single album sound? Maybe you think they’re overrated and a bit too gloomy?
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