Despite the excitement surrounding Radiohead’s surprise LP8 release last month, The King of Limbs left many fans asking — and exploring a few conspiracy theories about — whether more new music is on the way from Thom, Jonny, and the gang. While there’s still no evidence that another release is imminent, Jonny Greenwood sat down for his first post-TKOL interview this week and revealed that the band hasn’t taken a hiatus from the studio just yet. Here’s what he was willing to reveal to BBC 6 Music’s Matt Everitt about the immediate future of Radiohead:
We’re kind of recording at the moment, Radiohead. We’re rehearsing a bit and just playing and making music and trying to work out what to do really… We’ve stopped planning ahead very far, and we’re just making music and wondering where to go next and what to do.
Great, albeit a bit ambiguous, news. While we wait, however, Greenwood also discussed his work in film scores, praising the creative process when he collaborated with director Paul Thomas Anderson on There Will Be Blood, as well as discussing his next film project, the Tilda Swinton and John C. Reilly-starring film We Need to Talk About Kevin. You can stream the full interview here or below: