Radiohead’s new album The King Of Limbs will be available in just two days from now, Saturday February 19th. But is there anything else we can expect?
The band just sent out a tweet with a mysterious Japanese text: 渋谷 ハチ公広場 金曜日 １８時５９分, which translates as ‘Hachiko Square Shibuya, Friday 18:59′, referring to the square in Tokyo, Japan. Depending on the translation, it could be something at 18:59 hours this Friday at that square or 59 minutes on Friday the 18th. Is it an announcement on one of the square screens, a webcast, a surprise show or are Radiohead just giving us something to do? A show in Japan has already been ruled out by Radiohead’s management. Go ahead and speculate…
Radiohead news on this day..
- Colin Greenwood speaker at The Great Escape – 2009
- Jonny Greenwood wins at Berlin Film Festival – 2008
- Kaiser Chiefs & Sparklehorse on ‘Radiohead tea’ – 2007
- Radiohead is dead, long live The Carlyle Group – 2006
- No Brit Awards for Radiohead – 2004
- Aussie w.a.s.t.e. tickets delayed – 2004
- Bodysong reviewed in New York Times – 2004
- Greenwood brothers nominated – 2002