Radiohead - A Moon Shaped Pool album
Live performances of the eleven songs featured on Radiohead's 9th album, A Moon Shaped Pool, recorded on a tour of Europe in 2016
Band’s first album since 2011’s The King of Limbs appears on Apple Music and Tidal ahead of physical release in June.
A Moon Shaped Pool seems to continue Johnny Greenwood’s work on the soundtrack of There Will Be Blood, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. Paul Thomas Anderson (who also directed the eerie and confusing Daydreaming music video). The album marks the end of the five year wait for Radiohead fans since the release of The King of Limbs in 2011. While murmurs of a new album began as early as 2015, it wasn’t until this April that the band began teasing new material-it erased its Internet presence, sent cryptic cards with lyrics from a new song to fans, and, on May 3, the band released a new song and.
Released May 8, 2016. A Moon Shaped Pool Tracklist. 1. Burn the Witch Lyrics. Rumours of Radiohead’s much anticipated ninth album (nicknamed LP9 by fans) began as early as mid to late 2015. In late April 2016, the band began teasing new material via a cryptic internet and social media campaign. On May 3, the band released the first single and music video, Burn The Witch. Three days later, the band released the second single, Daydreaming accompanied by a music video directed by acclaimed filmmaker and Jonny Greenwood collaborator Paul Thomas Anderson. The entire album was released as a digital download on May 8, 2016
Radiohead, who titled their ninth studio album A Moon Shaped Pool, have a unique grasp on how easily profundity can slip into banality. Their music is obsessed with the point where great truths harden into platitudes, where pure signal meets wretched noise. He is now considering simpler truths in a d register: wonder and amazement. This goes beyond me, beyond you, he sings on Daydreaming.
I've never understood why. But if you've ever been a Radiohead fan, I have no doubt youll find a lot to love here.
The maturity and depth to A Moon Shaped Pool has me reeling, crying with it's beauty. It's been 24 years since I heard that first song, and I can't even find the words to describe how incredible this album is. I know this oversharing, I just don't know what to do with the feelings coming out of my soul right now.
Radiohead: A Moon Shaped Pool (XL Recordings). DL (LP/CD to be released 17th June). The first taste we got of the new album was the single Burn the Witch which, with its pizzicato strings and claustrophobia, lulled us into thinking that this may be the point they return with a an album full of rockers in the same vein as Bodysnatchers or Jigsaw Falling Into Place. Then, on the day we were told when the album was to be released, the band unveiled their video for the second song on the album, Daydreaming.
Radiohead give us one of their most musically and emotionally arresting albums, full of low-flying panic attacks and gorgeous orchestration. Thom Yorke of Radiohead. Agencia El Universal/Ariel Ojeda/AP. For a Radiohead record, everything about the journalistic rush to judgment dictated by short-notice releases in our shoot-first media economy feels wrong, corrupt, diseased.