Update: Here's a statement from the Radiohead camp:

"At an industry event in London last night Brian Message was asked about new Radiohead music. Quotes attributed to him and taken from his talk have subsequently appeared, describing him as Radiohead's manager. Brian Message is not Radiohead's manager - he is a partner in Courtyard Management but plays no operational role, and therefore any quotes from last night's event, or any supposition arising from them, should not be attributed to Radiohead's management or be seen as official quotes on behalf of the group. Radiohead are managed by Chris Hufford and Bryce Edge at Courtyard Management."


Original Story

Ok, we know that you're probably tired of hearing rumours about the release date for Radiohead's forthcoming album, but this time it looks legit.

Last night, the band's manager Brian Message gave an interview at London's Wanstead Tap, during which he said the LP will be released this June. He also added that it's "nothing like you've ever heard."

The hype concerning Radiohead's first release since The King of Limbs first began in January, when fans noticed the band had established a new company, Dawn Chorus LLP - a strategy they adopted on their last two albums. They've been expecting the new LP to drop any day ever since.

We're still hopeful it'll be called Negative Space.