Radiohead Post Mysterious Bird Video After Deleting Social Account History

3 May 2016, 10:18

Radiohead

The band have given fans another cryptic message after sending them flyers last week.

Radiohead have shared another post with their fans after deleting their social account history.

The five-piece had fans scratching their heads about their new album, after posting a stop motion bird from their social media accounts.

See it below:

 

A video posted by Radiohead (@radiohead) onMay 2, 2016 at 10:01pm PDT

The video comes after Thom Yorke and co. went on a social media silence, deleting their Twitter account history and replacing their pictures with blank white images.

In an old-school move, the Karma Police band also sent super fans a cryptic flyer, which consisted of the words "Burn The Witch," and "We know where you live," which left fans speculating on the name of their new album.

See it below: 

The latest flurry of activity comes after fans noticed the band had created a new company called Dawn Chorus LLP - a move which was previously made with the band's last two studio releases.

Watch this space.  

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