According to Colin Greenwood ‘Hail to the Thief’ will include digital high quality artwork: “You have to see that it’s digital information that you could use in different ways. So, we’d really like the idea that we could give people like really good quality images of the artwork. So, that they could print out this beautiful high definition quality posters and stuff of these amazing paintings Stanley’s done for the album, which should be really cool. So, we don’t mind once the record’s released images and things go up on the internet. Because you can’t stop it. It’s important for people to recognize that there is that side, the digital side and there’s the physical side to the work, which we’ve spent a lot of time and work and money on. I think people will always want to own that as well as having things on their hard drive. I think people will want to own, have an object” [thanks kristiaan]
The above is an ateaseweb.com exclusive part from an interview with Colin for Goformusic.be, which will have the entire interview online in June.
Radiohead news on this day..
- Thom Yorke & Nigel Godrich talk to Rolling Stone on Atoms For Peace, Radiohead & DJ Culture – 2013
- Thomas Dolby remixes Radiohead’s ‘Nude’ – 2008
- Friends Of The Earth & minor Radiohead update – 2007
- Radiohead to play Pukkelpop Festival? – 2006
- Radiohead exclusive good for indies – 2005
- Jonny Greenwood interview on Radio 4 – 2005
- Radiohead interview in ‘The Age’ – 2004
- Radiohead in Sydney, ‘Let down’ soundchecked – 2004
- Thom interview on Triple J – 2004
- Dutch shows rumoured – 2003