Fresh off the release of their best Pink Floyd-goes-Aphex Twin impersonation, Kid A, news out of England says that Radiohead's already highly anticipated follow-up will be released in March or April of next year. Bassist Colin Greenwood stated that they had "enough music" already for the release, which will feature some tracks recorded during the Kid A sessions, but a number of new ones as well. He said that Radiohead were "keeping it going, y'know, not be
like a boring rock band and do an album every two years."
Greenwood also professed that the band were indeed happy with their recent success in America and would only change one thing with the new album. "I think the one serious regret we have is that we didn't give the record to journalists a
longer time away from the release - I think a lot of people are into it now they've lived with
for a while, because it's a great record." Maybe they could also include more than one track that might be played on US radio this time, as well...