Radiohead Vanished From the Internet

The group’s ninth album could arrive sooner than expected.

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Radiohead has erased their Internet presence without any real explanation. In addition to deleting posts on their official social media accounts and lead singer Thom Yorke’s Twitter account, the band’s website radiohead.com is completely blank as well. Rumors suggest that this is a publicity stunt for the group’s forthcoming yet-to-be-titled project which could arrive within the first half of 2016, as they have a history of releasing music in peculiar ways. Fans have also received cards in the mail readings “Sing the song of sixpence that goes ‘Burn the witch,’” lyrics from an unreleased 2003 Radiohead song. Stay tuned for more updates over at HYPETRAK.

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