Radiohead use app to share new music

2 September 2014, 11:53 | Updated: 2 September 2014, 16:36

Previously unreleased music from Radiohead has appeared on the band's PolyFauna app.

The new material appeared with an update to the app - but it's not clear whether the audio is linked to a new album.

The app update also features new visuals, which Thom Yorke has been teasing on his Twitter account.

Meanwhile, it has finally been officially confirmed that Thom Yorke worked with SBTRKT back in 2012.

SBTRKT released a remix of track Hold On in 2012 by SISI BAKBAK - who has since then been rumoured to actually be the Radiohead frontman.

It appears the band have now confirmed that Thom was involved - with the remix now appearing on the band's online store in connection with Thom Yorke's name.


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