Radiohead have released their new album.

Radiohead's Thom Yorke

Radiohead's Thom Yorke

The 'Creep' hitmakers' long-awaited LP 'A Moon Shaped Pool' was made available to download from 7pm on Sunday (08.5.16), but will not be released physically until June 17.

The record's release comes days after the group shared two songs from the record, 'Burn The Witch', which fans could hear from May 3 alongside a claymation video directed by Chris Hopewell, and 'Daydreaming', which was out on May 6 with an accompanying promo clip directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson.

The first track was extremely well received, and the video's director admitted he had put the whole project together in just two weeks.

Chris wrote on Instagram: "So I guess we just made a Radiohead video! It's for their new track 'Burn the Witch'. Thank you all for your kind words - it does mean a lot to know it's going down well. The whole video was conceived, designed, built and animated in 14 days, we finished last Thursday. I am immensely proud of everyone that worked their asses off on it - for many of them it was their first film. I shall introduce them in later posts... But for now thank you! You where all bloody brilliant!!! Big love to you all! #Radiohead #burnthewitch #musicvidio (sic)."

it was previously claimed that the rock band - consisting of Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood, Phil Selway and Ed O'Brien - were planning to release their ninth album in June and it would be like "nothing you've ever heard."

The group's manager Brian Message was reportedly overheard confirming the news during a conversation at The Wanstead Tap bar in London last month.

The boozer took to its official Twitter page to share the news, writing: "From the horses mouth "the new Radiohead album out in June will be like nothing like you've ever heard. (sic)"

Special edition and standard pre-orders of the album are available from

'A Moon Shaped Pool''s track listing:

'Burn The Witch'


'Decks Dark'

'Desert Island Disk'

'Ful Stop'

'Glass Eyes'


'The Numbers'

'Present Tense'

'Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief'

'True Love Waits'