Radiohead mail strange pamphlets to fans: ‘we know where you live’
According to a handful of social media posts, some Radiohead fans have reportedly received leaflets from the band in the mail teasing the release of their forthcoming studio album. The pamphlets bear the mysterious message “Burn the witch” in large letters underneath the smaller line “Sing a song of sixpence that goes.” The bottom of the strange card reads “we know where you live” and features the bands logo embossed into the stone grey cardstock.
Umm, I just got this in the post from Radiohead. Is the new album called Burn The Witch? pic.twitter.com/zv5QKnDeGh
— Niall Doherty (@NiallMDoherty) April 30, 2016
The track “Burn The Witch” was reportedly conceived during the King of Limbs sessions in the mid 2000s and front man Thom Yorke alluded to its potential release in a Reddit AMA back in 2013.
Hints regarding the band’s ninth full length have been well documented, with manager Brian Message calling the album “unlike anything you’ve ever heard” and Stanley Donwood calling the raw material “a work of art.”
Via: Fact Mag