Radiohead debut new song ‘Full Stop’ in Chicago | New Music

Most music lovers flock to new Radiohead songs like pigeons to bread crumbs, so when news of a fresh, unreleased track by the popular band spread across the internet and the airwaves, it was’t going to take long for the new record to find its way online.

Abingdon, Oxfordshire’s greatest export, debuted “Full Stop” at a headline show in Chicago last night. Urging fans to listen patiently and savour the song, the band’s famous lead vocalist, Thom Yorke, explained the track would “better with age … like wine”.

Spoiling fans even more, the band has also indicated a collaboration with White Stripes founder, Jack White, is in the works. According to Billboard, the gifted quintet dedicated “Supercollider” to White during their Bonnaroo Music and Arts Fetsival set; with Yorke “thanking” the versatile rocker, but stopping short of explaining why. The Radiohead frontman teased, “We can’t tell you why. You’ll find out.”

For now, indulge yourselves and feast on some new Radiohead.