Radiohead have launched the Radiohead Public Library — an online archive that lets users browse the band’s back catalog and view rare live videos, artwork, newsletters, and older versions of their website. You can even create your own library card!
Their announcement via Twitter states:
“Radiohead.com has always been infuriatingly uninformative and unpredictable. We have now, predictably, made it incredibly informative.”
The archive is grouped by different eras based around the band’s nine studio albums. Each member of the band will curate a selection of the archival material this week — look for this on their social channels!
Out-of-print t-shirts are also available to purchase through their Waste Headquarters site with an announcement at the top of the page stating that “ORDERS WILL START SHIPPING W/C 3RD FEBRUARY 2020.”
Debut EP “Drill” and Other Rarities Added to Streaming Services
Alongside the Radiohead Public Library release, the band also added a few rarities to streaming services including 1992’s debut EP Drill; 2005’s I Want None of This from the charity compilation Help!: A Day in the Life; and 2011’s TKOL RMX 8. Stream the debut EP, Drill, below:
Radiohead Recently Made All Albums Available on Youtube
The Radiohead Public Library launches almost a month to the day (Dec. 21, 2019) after they made all their albums available to stream for free on their Youtube channel.