By: Samantha Eddy
For years, Radiohead have had a difficult time finding the right streaming service to share their music. They pulled their music from Spotify in 2013, and later added it back. Now, they have added more stuff to Spotify, Apple Music, and a few other top streaming platforms. The band even launched their own website in 2020 to archive their music: Radiohead Public Library.
Recently, Radiohead have announced that their music is now available on Bandcamp. While their entire discography is not available here, they have shared all nine of their studio albums, King of Limbs remix album, 2001’s live I Might Be Wrong, 2007’s In Rainbows Disk 2, and reissues of their OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997-2017. Their new box set Kid A Mnesia is also available on the streaming platform. Fans can now listen to the available music and/or purchase it through Bandcamp.