OXFORD’S top prog-rock band Radiohead have launched a new online archive of their work.

Called Radiohead Public Library, it features a vast amount of archived material, as well as releasing previously unavailable rarities to streaming services.

Hosted at the group’s website radiohead.com, the site features archive material grouped around each of the band’s nine studio albums.

This includes music videos, live TV performances, artwork and the group’s quarterly w.a.s.t.e. newsletter series.

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The band tweeted: “Radiohead.com has always been infuriatingly uninformative and unpredictable. We have now, predictably, made it incredibly informative.”

Visitors can create a downloadable library card and out-of-print T-shirt designs from each era of the band’s history can be custom-made via the site.


Each of the five band members will curate a selection of the archive material on their social media channels.

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Band members have also uploaded songs that were previously unavailable on streaming services, including their first ever release, 1992’s Drill EP, and the 2005 song I Want None of This from charity compilation Help! A Day in the Life.