Radiohead's Philip Selway has discussed progress on the band's new album in a new podcast interview, saying, "Come September it just becomes quite a full schedule."
So far, fans have been made aware that Radiohead's new album is said to be 'coming along nicely', after entering the studio last year and having since adopted innovative and evolving new writing and recording techniques.
In a new interview with The Talkhouse as part of a two-part podcast, drummer Philip Selway told Ghostpoet: "For so long we kind of played exclusively with each other and that takes you so far, so I suppose from album to album you try to push yourself beyond your comfort zone."
As NME reports, Selway admitted that progress on the album so far had come "in fits and starts", but added that "come September it just becomes quite a full schedule."
Listen to Philip Selway's conversation with Ghostpoet in full below
Speaking of his own drumming, Selway said, "I suppose I’m very aware of my limitations as a drummer,. In one way that’s been a good thing for me, because it’s made me develop a very - if you’re into Radiohead you can recognise how I drum - but at the same time there’s an insecurity that comes with it, and always wanting to get beyond it."
While Radiohead's new album is expected later this year, frontman Thom Yorke has written an 18-day-long song for an exhibition from artist, friend and collaborator Stanley Donwood.