Ed O’Brien hints at plans to mark 20 th anniversary of Radiohead’s fourth LP ‘Kid A’

Derrick Santistevan

The ‘Creep’ group’s bassist has actually admitted that he’s not fond of “looking back” on the various chapters in the band’s profession, and would much rather concentrate on what’s “next”, however he’s verified he and has bandmates have actually just recently been hosting online conferences on Zoom to strategy something to mark the release of the 2000 album, which reaches the two-decade milestone in October.

‘ Kid A’ saw the rock group change up their noise, including synthesisers, drum machines and strings to the mix.

Ed – who launches his debut solo LP, ‘Earth’, today – informed NME.com: “We’re a continuous band and have online conferences – there was a Zoom call just recently.

” We’re speaking about things, however for the foreseeable future everybody is doing their own thing. Then we will when it feels right to plug back into Radiohead.

” We have actually had various chapters in Radiohead life.

” Up till completion of ‘OK Computer’ was one chapter; ‘Kid A’ through to ‘A Moon Shaped Swimming Pool’ was another chapter.

“We’ve sort of drawn a line now and are wondering what the next chapter will be. That’s what we’ll figure out next.”
Ed – who is signed up with by Thom Yorke, Jonny and Colin Greenwood, and Philip Selway in the band – likewise exposed that some of their plans had to be shelved due to the coronavirus pandemic.

He added: “Due to the nature of it, I can’t completely expose anything – however there have actually been speak about methods of doing something.

” Whatever gets tossed up in the air with coronavirus, so a lot of concepts are being mooted.

” It would be great to honour it, however then there’s the battle – how can you get that thrilled about an album that came out 20 years ago?

” I can’t. I’m grateful it was a minute and understand that it implies a lot to people, however it was a long period of time back.

” Personally speaking, recalling is not something I ever do.

” The past feels like a long period of time ago and isn’t something that feels essential.

” Undoubtedly I’m grateful that there’s a cravings for it.

” I’m not a fan of Radiohead, I remain in Radiohead. It’s a really various experience for me.”

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