Although we haven’t seen a new Radiohead album since their 2016 A Moon Shaped Pool, guitarist Ed O’Brien is “sure there will be another album” at some point.

In a recent interview with Guitar World, the esteemed guitarist of Radiohead Ed O’Brien was asked if there was any new material in the works following the four year gap in new tunes since 2016’s A Moon Shaped Pool.

Although O’Brien has since worked on a solo album, Earth, he has stated that he’s “sure” that there will be another album in the future.

“That last record was a lot of old songs,” he detailed, “which explains the different eras of Radiohead it might have sounded like. It will definitely happen, but when that is, I have no idea…”

Additionally, O’Brien took to discussing the ins and outs of Radiohead, detailing that the legendary collective never tried to be as big as they are.

“We never tried to be the biggest band in the world,” he stated. “Trying to be the best band in the world in one thing, but not the biggest. When you get into that, you become more aware of alienating people.”

While he notes that some people like their debut album Pablo Honey, or that they may enjoy their other two early albums The Bends and OK Computer, some of those early fans didn’t like Kid A.

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“When we got into that whole Radio 1 circuit with OK Computer, it was us, The Verve, Oasis, and Blur… We were all in there.

“Maybe some of those people who liked the guitar bands and went to the V Festival heard ‘Kid A‘ and thought, ‘Not fuckin’ listening to this shit, what’s this bollocks?!'”

While there is no additional news on when new music is set to come, O’Brien notes that whatever happens in the future won’t bother him because, “you can’t please everyone.”

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