Radiohead are getting ready to return after having a "little break", according to the band's drummer Philip Selway.
The British indie rock band haven't released new music since 2016 album 'A Moon Shaped Pool' and haven't performed live since 2018, but after enjoying a lengthy hiatus founding member Selway believes that the group, also comprised of Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood and Ed O'Brien, are getting to the point of wanting to reconnect.
Appearing on a live stream with the Crow Hill Company, the musician said: "We’ve actually had a little break for a minute; the last show that we did was back in 2018, but we’re coming back ’round to that point now. There is just something particular to that relationship - that creative relationship and personal relationship - actually, you can’t get anywhere else.
"We’re all coming back around to that point now of thinking, ‘Right, we’ve had a break - this is it. This feels like something to dive back into and really explore and see what other directions it can take us in.”