It would appear a new album is in the works for Radiohead. The band revealed a short clip of instrumentals and visuals via two posts on Instagram this week, featuring what fans speculate could be a new music video. The album would be band's ninth studio release, and first since 2011's "The King of Limbs."
The second claymation cartoon features masked and robed, sword-wielding people circling a woman tied to a tree — a potential nod to the phrase: "Sing a song of sixpence that goes / Burn the Witch / We know where you live," which cryptically appeared on promotional leaflets mailed out to U.K. fans and media earlier this week. Less menacingly, the first features a stop-motion bird chirping.
Today, we got the answer: a new dark fairy tale of a song, "Burn the Witch."