Stream The New Radiohead Album and Read The Universal Sigh

The King Of Limbs may be a over a month old, but if you’re still on the fence about picking up Radiohead’s latest experimental opus, fear not. Rolling Stone and a few other publications are offering a free stream of the album today, for your dystopian pleasure.

The band will distribute The Universal Sigh, an accompanying art project in the form of a newspaper (remember those?) on Tuesday, which you can view a PDF of here and here. Go here for a list of real world locations you can pick up the paper.

Radiohead are also offering King Of Limbs in high-definition 24 bit FLAC format via online distributor 7digital, marking the first time the technology has been employed by a major artist. Get yourself a physical copy of the album here via the band’s official store.

In other news, the band is slated to issue a 12-inch vinyl single on April 16, Record Store Day, featuring two unreleased tracks: “The Butcher” and “Supercollider.” Only 2,000 copies are expected to be printed for each territory. “Supercollider” was previously debuted live during the 2008 In Rainbows tour.

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Andy Friedman

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