Although all remains quiet on the Radiohead touring front, the seeds of possibility sprouted when the band played a surprise gig at this years Glastonbury Festival.
Still keyed up from their performance, BBC6 asked drummer Phil Selway if a full tour is on the horizon?
“Absolutely, and that’s what we’re talking about at the moment,” he replied.
“It felt exciting [playing Glastonbury]. It felt as though we had something different to offer again musically on top of what we’ve done in the past.” Selway added, “it just felt like a new lease of life in what we were doing. So yes, we’d like to see where that takes us.”
The band has not been on tour since 2008, when they played four dates in the U.K.
The band’s self-released eighth studio album The King of Limbs, was a top ten hit in over 14 countries and has been remixed and released in what will be a series of four – issue number three featuring Lone, Pearson Sound and Four Tet becomes available Tuesday Aug. 9.